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INTRODUCTION
1.
Delhi has one of the best health infrastructure in India both qualitatively and
quantitatively. Delhi offers among the most sophisticated medical care with latest stateof-the-art technology for treatment and the best-qualified doctors in the Country. Delhi
has some of the finest Super Specialty Hospitals of India. Due to their expertise and
repute, these hospitals are attracting patients from all over the world. It is estimated
that about one third of patient in major hospitals of Delhi come from the neighboring
states. Health programmes are being implemented in NCT of Delhi through a number of
agencies such as Local Bodies, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, ESI, Railways,
Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Labour and various Central Govt. Undertakings. In
addition to the Govt. and Public Sector Agencies, Private Sector is making a significant
contribution in Health Care Services in Delhi.
2.
The agency wise information regarding Nos. of Medical Institutions and beds
capacity in Delhi as on 31st March 2011 is as under:
S.
No
1.
2.
3.
4
5.
6.
Agencies
Delhi Government
MCD
NDMC
Government of India
Other Autonomous Bodies
Private Nursing Homes/Hospitals/
Voluntary Organizations
Total
Beds ratio ( per 1000 population)
3.
Institutions
beds
38
61
4
26
2
684
9894
4138
220
10811
117
17418
815
42598
2.55
Some of the key achievements during XI Five Year plan are as under
•
To provide primary health care services in JJ clusters 90 Mobile Dispensaries are
functioning. More new Mobile Dispensaries are being added taking into account the
requirement of JJ clusters population.
•
The Institute of Liver & Billiary Science, Chacha Nehru super spl Hospital and Delhi
State Cancer Institute have started OPD & IPD services in their complexes for
providing Super Specialty Services to the patients. Chaudhary Brahm Prakash
Ayurvedic Sansthan has also started OPD & IPD services at Khera Dabur along with
an Ayurvedic Medical College.
•
MCD is also being provided sufficient funds for expansion of Hindu Rao Hospital,
Swami Dayanand Hospital, Kasturba Hospital, Rajan BabuHospital, ID Hospital and
colony Hospitals/Maternity Homes and Centers besides their Public Health
Programmes like Malaria control, development of Cremation Ground etc.
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The Dte. Of Family Welfare is taking care of all Immunization Programmes launched
by the Govt. Delhi State Health Mission is also taking care of immunization, safe
delivery, new born care, improved nutrition and health education programmes
particularly in JJ clusters, unauthorized colonies and rural villages through its
network of ASHA workers.
•
The Govt. of NCT of Delhi has decided to implement “Food Safety and Standard Act
2006” and Food Safety Rules 2011 in Delhi. This new Act provides for mandatory
licensing for all Food business operators and registration for all food manufacturers
including retailers, hawker, vendor or temporary stall holder or tiny food business
to ensure the safety from food adulteration. This Act, has a provision of penalties,
and imprisonment for serious violation of unsafe food. Drug Control is implementing
the Drug Control Act in the National Capital Territory of Delhi through its network of
staff and drug test laboratory.
•
To provide health insurance cover particularly to the EWS category, the schemes for
Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana, Aapka Swasthya BimaYojana are being
implemented.
•
For children upto the age of 14 years, a new plan scheme “Chacha Nehru Sehat
Yojana” has been started during Annual Plan 2011-12. Under its first phase all
students of Delhi Govt. and Govt. aided schools upto the age of 14 years will be
covered and finally all children upto the age of 14 years studying in Delhi Govt.
schools, MCD schools, and NDMC and Delhi Cantonment schools will be covered
under this scheme.
•
After the approval of Cabinet decision no. 1806, dated 6.9.2011, Delhi Arogya Kosh
has been set up with a corpus of Rs. 110 crore during 2011-12 to provide the
financial assistance upto Rs. 1.5 lakh to the poor patients who are suffering from the
life threatening diseases (residents of Delhi) living “Below Poverty Line” i.e total
annual income upto one lakh .Delhi Aroya Kosh would be administered under the
Society Registration Act of 1960. Delhi Government has decided to raise the
eligibility income level from the existing Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. 2lakh to benefit more
needy persons. The Governing body has been constituted.
•
The government decided to setup 100 dialysis machines spread over four locations
under PPP mode. The dialysis centers shall be functional in the current financial year
2012-13.
•
In the public sector, it is planned to add 2900 new hospital beds with the
construction of 06 new 200 bedded hospitals at Burari, Ambedkar Nagar, Hastsal,
Siraspur, Madipur and Sarita Vihar will be started, one new 100 bedded, a 750
bedded new hospital-cum-medical college, and the expansion of various existing
hospitals with the construction of additional blocks.
•
The Total expenditure for 11th FYP 2007-12 is of Rs 6282 crore against the total plan
outlay of Rs 5306 crore which is about 118 % to the total plan outlay of the 11Th
FYP 2007-12.
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4.
The Approach for the 12th Five Year Plan
The Approach to Health Sector planning is based on following objectives:
•
To provide accessible, affordable and quality health care to the people of Delhi.
•
To strengthen and expand the healthcare delivery infrastructure.
•
To have a comprehensive approach for improving preventive, promotive and
curative health care services.
•
Improvement of IMR, MMR and Sex Ratio to achieve the Millennium Development
Goals.
•
Expansion of qualitative and affordable curative services to achieve the target of 03
hospital beds per thousand of population.
•
Promotion of preventive promotive health care services with improved IEC
programmes, NGOs / VOs / peoples participation.
•
New Monitoring System for health programmes based on outcome and
accountability matrix for each Department and Agency.
•
Health Care Delivery System to be restructured with the convergence of all related
programmes in consultation and feedback from targeted groups.
•
Convergence of all related programmes within the broad Policy Framework to be
designed for prevention and curative services for each of major prevalent diseases
of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardio-Vascular, HIV, T.B., Hyper-Tension, Mental Health and
Oral Health.
•
Delivery of safe drugs and prevention of food adulteration.
•
Health care for EWS households with the instruments of RSBY, ASBY, Delhi Arogya
Kosh, Delhi Arogya Nidhi, Delhi State Health Mission etc.
5.
Key Initiatives proposed during XII Five Year Plan:
•
The Approach Paper for the 12th Five Year Plan suggests increasing the Bed
Population Ratio from 2.55 beds to 3 beds per thousand population by the end of
12th Five Year Plan. To achieve the target of 3 beds per thousand population, 14300
new beds are required to be added during 12th Five Year Plan both by Public Sector
hospitals as well as Private Sector hospitals.
•
Approach Paper suggests addition of 14300 new hospital beds during 12th Five Year
Plan may be possible on timely allotment of suitable sites for all new hospitals
proposed to be set up both by Public Sector & Private Sector in Delhi. It
recommends that DDA may be requested to allocate suitable sites to the Private
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Sectors also at concessional rates with the provision for earmarking of certain
number of beds for free treatment of the EWS category of patients.
•
Dte. of Health Services has procured land for setting up of new hospitals in the
localities/areas where Public Sector hospital facilities have not been provided so far.
These areas are Dwarka for 750 bedded hospitals cum Medical College, 100-200
bedded new hospitals at Burari, Sarita Vihar, Siraspur, and Madipur & Chhattarpur.
An outlay of Rs.3500 Crore is proposed for construction of new hospitals and health
centre buildings, new Blocks in existing hospitals and new medical colleges.
•
Dte. of Health Services has also acquired land for construction of new Health Centers
in different localities/ areas. Construction of buildings for 15 new Health Centers
will be taken up during 12th Five Year Plan with an outlay of Rs. 70 Crore.
•
The Super Specialty hospitals i.e. ILBS and Delhi State Cancer Institute will expand
their services by undertaking expansion programmes during 12th Five Year Plan.
Delhi State Cancer Institute is planning to set up Extension Centers so as to provide
diagnostic and treatment facilities to the Cancer Patients nearer to their localities.
•
Existing hospitals of Delhi Govt. have also proposed to expand and improve their
services with the construction of new Blocks, procurement of new machinery &
equipments, expansion of their Operation Theaters, Blood Banks and Laboratories
etc. such hospitals are GTB, LNJP, GB Pant, Rao Tula Ram, Sanjay Gandhi, Maharishi
Balmiki, Lal Bahadur Shastri and various other hospitals.
•
03 Medical College at Rohini, Dwarka and DDU Hospital + 01 Medical College by
MCD, Para medical Staff Training Institutions is proposed to be set up.
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During 12th FYP 2012-17 , Under the medical & Public health sector , the Plan outlay
of 13500 crore has been proposed which is about 15% to the total plan outlay of Rs
90,000 crore of Govt. of NCT of Delhi. Under the Annual Plan 2012-13, the plan
outlay of Rs 2124 has been kept which is about 14% to the total plan outlay Rs
15,000 crore of Govt. of NCT of Delhi in 2012-13.
The plan outlay and anti. Expenditure of 11th FYP (2007-12) and plan outlay for the 12th
FYP (2012-17) and the Annual Plan 2012-13 is as under:[Rs. In Crore]
Sector
Medical
Public Health
Total
11th Five Year Plan
(2007-12)
Approved
Provisional
Outlay
Expenditure
5102.41
5878.91
207.02
315.34
5309.43
6194.25
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12th Five Year Plan
(2012-17)
Plan Outlay Plan Outlay
2012-17
2012-13
12934.50
2031.00
565.50
93.00
13500.00
2124.00
The Scheme wise plan outlay for 12th Five Year Plan 2012-17 and Annual Plan 2012-13
under each Hospital is as under :1.
DTE. OF HEALTH SERVICES
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.284400.00 Lakh
: Rs.44400.00 Lakh
1.1.1 Opening of Health Centers / Dispensaries
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.43000.00 Lakh
: Rs.7500.00 Lakh
The health centers are providing curative, preventive and promotive services along with
MCH and family welfare. During 11th Five Year Plan (upto 31.01.2012), the Directorate
of Health Services has opened 65 new health centers in different parts of city, out of
which 15 Delhi Govt. Dispensaries & 50 Seed Primary Health centers in those areas
where, till now, no medical facilities were available.
Delhi Cabinet has approved implementation of Public Health Standards developed for
PHC with an aim to improve the availability and access to quality health care for all
citizens. During 12th Five Year Plan, it is proposed to implement these standards,
wherein a PHC will cover approximately 50,000 populations. The population may go up
to 75,000 in densely populated areas and may be as low as 30,000 in sparsely populated
areas in those areas where no medical facilities of MCD or Delhi Govt. exist.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual plan 2012-13
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Completion of C/o dispensaries at Lahore Shastri Park
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An amount of Rs 3.69 crore had released to DSIIDC in 31.03.2011 for Construction of
dispensary at Bindapur, Dwarka.
•
Possession of land has been taken by DHS at Shiv Vihar, Madanpur Khaddar Ph- I&II,
Rohini 4 & 21, Swada Ghevra, Vasant Gaon, Gandhi Vihar, Gautampuri, Shastri Park
near Buland Masjid, Ziauddin Pur for construction of Dispensaries.
•
Possession of land has been taken by DHS for C/o office building for Health Deptt
and offices of various councils Raghubir Nagar Nursing school and Hostel opposite of
Guru Govind Singh Hospital
•
Land has been allotted by DDA to DHS for C/o of dispensaries at Village
Mukhmailpur, Village Ghitorni and Rohini, Sector-09. Payment towards the cost of
land is to be made.
Getting possession of the allotted land for construction of dispensaries at Neb Sarai
and Shakarpur.
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07 dispensaries to be constructed with funding support of NRHM and MSDP.
•
DMRC is constructing a dispensary at Janakpuri in lieu of demolished dispensary at
Hastal.
•
Proposed to purchase, plots at following locations for C/o of DGD at
Ziauddinpur, Dilshad Garden Q-Block, Bakkarwala, Pandav Nagar, Bawana
Resettlement Colony, Ph-A & Ph-D, Madanpur Dabas, Rajeev Nagar, Begum pur,
Budh Vihar, Village katewara, Shadbad Daulatpur, Tikri Khurd, Burari Sant Nagar,
Naathupura, Kapashera Behind D.C. Office, Kanganheri, Nangli Sakravati, Issapur,
Munirka, Shah Pur Jat, Chirag Delhi, Aya Nagar, Hauz Rani, Sangam Vihar Deoli
Bnndh Road, Rajapur Khurd/Mohan Garden, KG-1, Vikas Puri, Village Bhagirathi,
Harsh Vihar, Sawda Ghevra, Ph-II, Nasirpur, Dwarka
1.2
Mobile Van Dispensaries for JJ clusters
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.3000.00 Lakh
: Rs.530.00 Lakh
Mobile Health Scheme was started in the year 1989 to provide medical services to the
residents of JJ clusters of Delhi at their doorstep through mobile dispensaries with the
object to provide the free examination / consultation / advice to patients and free
distribution of essential drugs. Initially, the scheme was started with twenty hired
vehicles but later on help of various NGOs was taken so as to reach more and more JJ
clusters. At present Mobile Health Scheme is running 90 mobile dispensaries out of
which 45 being run by DHS staff and 45 with the help from various NGOs and covering
475 JJ clusters of Delhi and 53 construction sites. One mobile dispensary team visits two
JJ clusters per day and twice a week same clusters are covered by each mobile
dispensary. In 11th FYP, 23, 94218 patients were attended.
Target for 12th FYP
To Run 110 Mobile dispensaries
Target for Annual Plan 2012-13
To run 95 Mobile dispensaries
1.3.1. Chacha Nehru Sehat Yojana
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.45000.00 Lakh
: Rs.10000.00 Lakh
New scheme Chacha Nehru Sehat Yojana has been approved in 2011-12 to provide the
free treatment and compulsory check-ups for all children’s upto the age of 14 years of
Government and Government aided schools, MCD/NDMC and Delhi Cantonment Board
schools. With the roll out of this scheme, almost 27 Lakh School going children will be
covered under universal free health facility. This is the biggest possible leap for the
adoption of “Right to Health for all Children” in the NCT of Delhi. Government will
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launch a weekly iron and folic acid supplementation program for all adolescents
between 10-19 years of age studying in Delhi government schools in 2012-13.
Achievements
• Conducted Annual examination of 2,58,434 students in 225 schools
• Organized of 14 Health melas
• Comprehensive health checkup of around 1.78 lakh students upto the age of 14
years.
• De-worming drive covering over 30 lakh children of the age 2-18 year
Target of 12th FYP Plan & Annual Plan 2012-13
• De-worming of Delhi children at age of 2-18 years = 40 lakh
• Examination of school students of Delhi Govt. = 75 lakhs (14.9 students/year)
• Immunization (TT) for 10-16 years students = 10 lakh ( 2 lakh /year)
• Health education through magic show = 954 schools every year
• Health Melas = 75 nos. (25 melas/year)
• Mental health counseling centre in one school in each district
• Hepatitis B Vaccine = 10 lakh children ( 2 lakh children/year)
• Private Hospitals in CNSY = 34 nos
• Preparation of Smart card
• IEC activities
• Iron Folic Acid distribution
1.4.
Establishment of New Hospitals/Health Institutions in Delhi
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.97165.00 Lakh
: Rs.9045.00 Lakh
C/o 200/100 bedded hospitals in 12th FYP plan.
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C/o 200 bedded Hospital (G+6) stories building at Burari: - The CAC has
appointed the consultant M/S Benjamin Benjamin & Vats for architectural and
structural planning of this hospital with the consultancy fee of Rs 2.56 crore. The
estimated cost of this project is of 182.77 crore. The target of completion of this
project will be about 36 months after the receipts of A/A & E/s. The Building plans
has already been approved by MCD. Deptt (H&FW) has been submitted the Cabinet
note of this project for the approval of Cabinet.
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C/o 200 bedded hospital at Siras pur:- The CAC has appointed the consultant M/s
Hospitech Management Consultant Pvt. Ltd for the work of Consultancy of this
project with a consultancy fee of Rs 148.50 lakh. Preparation of building plans and
their submission
•
C/o 200 bedded hospital at Madipur: The CAC has appointed the consultant M/S
Benjamin Benjamin & Vats for the work of Consultancy of this project with a
consultancy fee of Rs 176 lakh. Preparation of building plans and their submission
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C/o 200 bedded hospital at Jwalapuri: - The possession of land has been taken by
DHS from the DUSIB and an amount of Rs 52 lakh had been released to DUSIB for
C/o of Boundary wall on land. The appointment of Consultant. Preparation of
Building plans and their submission.
•
C/o 200 bedded hospital at Chhattarpur: The CAC has appointed the consultant
M/s Sikka Associates for the work of Consultancy of this project with a consultancy
fee of Rs 120 lakh. Preparation of Building plans and their submission
•
C/o 200 bedded hospital at Ambedkar Nagar & Vikas puri: - The appointment of
consultant and Preparation of building plans and their submission.
•
C/o 125 bedded hospital at Sarita Vihar: The CAC has appointed the Consultant
M/s Adalkha Associates for the work of Consultancy of this project with a
consultancy fee of Rs 84 lakh. Preparation of building plan and their submission
•
C/o 100 bedded hospital at Keshavpuram: - The litigation is over and proposed to
start the construction of Boundary wall.
•
60/100 bedded hospital at Baprola, Molarbandh, Jhatikara: The appointment of
consultant and preparation of building Plans.
•
Plots have been allotted at Village Jaunati, Deendaarpur and sagam Vihar for
construction of Hospital. Payment towards cost of land is due.
•
Allotment of land has been sought for C/o hospitals, at Ladpur, Mahipalpur,
Najafgarh, Naraina Vihar, Rajokari, Grater Kailash-I, Karawal Nagar, Goyla Dairy near
Shyam Vihar, Issapur, Tikri Kalan, Sawda Ghevra Ph-III.
1.6.
C/o 750 bedded Bharat Ratan Indira Gandhi hospital Cum 150 seats
Medical College at Dwarka
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.60015.00 Lakh
: Rs.10005.00 Lakh
The Work could not start due to change in preliminary drawing for increasing the beds
capacity from 500 bedded to 750 bedded and c/o of 150 bedded Medical College at
Dwarka. The revised drawings have been prepared and submitted to DDA for their
approval. Tentative Target date for completion by 2014-15.
1.6 (a) Deep Chand bandhu Hospital at Ashok Vihar
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.11000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1400.00 Lakh
EFC was approved on 22.01.2008 with an estimated cost of Rs 92.68 crore for C/o 200
bedded hospital at Deep Chand Bandhu at Ashok Vihar. The Construction work is almost
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completed and will be made operational in the 2012-13. AR Deptt. has also
recommended for creation of 218 posts of the various categories for smooth functioning
of this hospital.
Target for Annual Plan 2012-13
• Filling up of 218 posts
• To procure of Medical equipment & Medicines
• To Install DGF set, Boiler, Laundry equipments
• To install Modular OTs.
1.7
Human resource Training Centre (Continuing of Medical Education )
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.150.00 Lakh
: Rs.25.00 Lakh
The scheme meant for keeping abreast medical and paramedical personnel in the latest
development in the field of medical science by conducting regular in service training of
all categories of health care personnel and by deputing them to other institutions for
various specialized trainings /seminars/conferences/workshops etc.
Achievement of 11th FYP
•
•
•
340 officers / officials of GNCTD have been nominated for different training
programme / workshops.
8 candidates have been sponsored for PG Diploma course in Disaster Preparedness
& Rehabilitation course.
3 nominations have been made for Nation Consultation workshop on patients safety
at SGPGI, Lucknow from 10-12 May’10.
Target of 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
•
To depute officers / officials for a different training programme / workshop.
•
Procurement of equipments for purpose of health education training programmes.
Special training for doctors and paramedical staffs on Geriatric.
•
To Organize Geriatric Clinics and Stree Shakti Health Campus in various hospitals
and in JJ Clusters and R S Colonies for quality management and nutrition and health
of women & children.
•
The Oriental Training Programme for 200 Doctors, 200 pharmacists, 200
Nurses/PHN.
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Central Procurement Agency (CPA)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.600.00 Lakh
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
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The broad objectives of the scheme was to procure drugs centrally required by the
hospitals and Health centers of Govt. of Delhi and their distribution to these institutions
ensuring high quality standards with comparatively low cost. By creating procurement
agency allow to procure drugs at competitive rates because of larger size of orders and
drugs of uniform and good quality will be available in all Health Units of State.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
To procure 750 items of EDL and 500 items in Surgical Consumables
1.10 BIO-MEDICAL WASTE MANGEMENT IN DELHI
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.200.00 Lakh
: Rs.25.00 Lakh
Delhi is generating approximate 9500 tones of waste per day out of which 60 tones are
bio medical waste from various hospitals, clinics, and clinical laboratories. The Govt.
Hospital and some private hospitals have their own arrangement for treatment of bio
medical waste. The treatment of bio-medical waste and their disposal has paramount
importance for prevention of environmental pollution and hazardous diseases arising
out of these substances.
Small Govt. dispensaries, private nursing homes/clinics cannot make their own
arrangement for treating of bio medical waste due to high cost involved in treatment
facilities.
Keeping in view the difficulties faced by these smaller health institutions, Govt. took
initiative to establish Centralized Bio Medical Waste Treatment Facilities one at Okhla
which is already running, at Nitholi, it shall be operational. Plant had been established at
Okhla and Ghazipur through Joint Venture Plant with the private sector/NGO.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
•
•
•
•
•
•
Establishment of cell for Occupational Safety & Environment Health
To establish two more CBWTF
Procurement of safety equipments & instruments required for monitoring
parameters, containers, protective gears and other materials.
Training of MO and para-medical personnel on occupational Safety & Health
including Biomedical Waste Management.
IEC activities through various Medias.
Proposal for creation of posts.
1.11 COMPUTERISATION OF DHS (HQ)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
: Rs.40.00 Lakh
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It is required for better planning & monitoring of various health activities. Generation of
statistical report compilation of information / data including Morbidity and Mortality
Statistics of various diseases.
Targets for the 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
•
Implementation of HIMS in other Delhi Govt. hospitals after successful
implementation of the project in Boot Model at GGSGH.
•
Extension of computerization and networking upto PHC level.
•
Stg. of IT branch & Training to manpower
1.12 Disaster Management Cell in DHS (HQ)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.500.00 Lakh
: Rs.90.00 Lakh
One hospital has been identified as the Nodal Hospital pertaining to Disaster Mitigation
and Management and the District CDMO is the Nodal Officer for each District and the
medical superintendent of the Nodal Hospital is the Alternate Nodal Officer for the
District. Further within the paradigm of Disaster Management Act 2005, Capacity
Building by every department is a mundane responsibility and the issues to be covered
are as under:
Targets for the 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Establishment of the Disaster Management Cell at DHS HQ
Continuation of pre hospital emergency care training for medical / paramedical
personnel’s at DHS (HQ)
Provision of communication equipments.
Establishment of Control Rooms in the Districts and the DHS (HQ) round the clock
with Emergency Medical Transportation services.(Ambulance with Paramedics)
To establish one centre for Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training in association
with the accredited institutions.
Development of educative materials on various aspects of Disaster Management
through IEC activities.
Mock Drills at regular intervals in the hospitals.
Training of Human Resource on CBRN Mass Causality management.
1.13 RE-ORGANIZATION OF DIRECTORATE OF HEALTH SERVICES
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.4000.00 Lakh
: Rs.700.00 Lakh
The Directorate of Health Services, Govt. of NCT of Delhi was established in the year
1970. It is instrumental for effective implementation of various public health
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programmes of national and state importance like Primary Health Care, Prevention,
Control and Eradication of major communicable and non communicable diseases &
Registration of Private Nursing Homes etc. The YUVA programme under State Health
Mission for school students for all districts will be implemented . The provision of
essential drugs and surgical to various health centers and hospitals for health care is an
important responsibility of this Directorate.
Targets for 12th FYP & the Annual Plan 2012-13
•
Implementation of various National & State Health Programmes like RNTCP,
Leprosy Control, Blindness Control, Disaster Management, Anti-Smoking, Pulse Polio
Immunization Programme, Family Welfare/MCH Programmes etc.
•
Implementation of various Public Health Act. Like, Central Tobacco Control Act.,
PNDT/MTP Act. etc.
•
YUVA programme and school Health checkup on pattern of pilot project of State
Health Mission.
•
Implementation of Nursing Home Act and Anti Quackery.
•
Stg. of DHS(HQ), Distt. offices of DHS
1.14 CANCER CONTROL PROGRAMME
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1000.00 Lakh
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
National Cancer Control Programme of Government of India includes various issues
pertaining to Preventive, Promotive, Early Detection and Treatment of Cancer.
Establishment of Regional Cancer Centers for comprehensive management of Cancer is
an important activity under the National Cancer Control Programme.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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•
•
•
Screening / Early Detection and Treatment of Cancer
Diagnostic centre at BSA hospital
IEC activities
To involve the NGOs
1.15 Leprosy Control Programme Cell
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
: Rs.50.00 Lakh
Leprosy is one of the communicable diseases associated with superstition and social
stigma from time immemorial. Govt. of India has laid more emphasis for Leprosy
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Control Programme providing central assistance to State Societies. Delhi State Leprosy
Control Society has been constituted since November 1998, which is functioning under
active supervision of State Leprosy Control Cell. Govt. of India provides funds. District
Leprosy Control Societies had been constituted in all the 9 Districts. Urban leprosy
clinics through passive reporting and mobile leprosy treatment units through active
search in JJ clusters / Slum are regularly detecting and treating leprosy cases.
Delhi has prevalence rate of 3.92 leprosy cases per 10,000 populations, by March 2004.
With constant efforts under leprosy control programme the rate has been reduced to
0.67 per 10,000 populations by March 2010 and still this Directorate proposes to
further bring down this rate during 11th Five Year Plan.
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
• IEC Activities
• Special Public awareness programme on 2nd October with other Govt. Department &
NGOs.
• Training Programme in various hospitals
• Detection of Leprosy cases through passive surveillance and leprosy treatment in
Major hospitals.
• Reconstruction surgeries for disability limitations and rehabilitation of leprosy cases
in the major hospitals.
• Regular monitoring of leprosy cases for the reduction of prevalence rate at present
0.69 per 10,000 populations.
1.16 Tobacco Control Programme
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.500.00 Lakh
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
About 8 – 9 lakh persons die in India every year due to their tobacco habit. These deaths
are due to hazardous effects of tobacco consumption in any form like smoking beedi,
cigarettes and hukka though pipe etc. leading to cancer of lungs, larynx, oropharynix,
urinary bladder, kidneys, pancreas, coronary heart diseases/peripheral vascular
diseases etc. The smoke exhaled by smokers is more hazardous to non smokers.
Keeping in view of the above scenario, Delhi Govt. has enforced the Delhi Prohibition of
Smoking and Non Smokers Health Protection Act w.e.f. 26.11.97. Central Tobacco
Control Act. had also been enforced in whole of India including that of Delhi w.e.f. 1st
May 2004 with notification of various section under the act. In 11th FYP plan, 157714
cases were inspected, 17905 nos. of cases fined and 2622 nos. of cases Tobacco vendors
were fined. Total revenue generated was of Rs 16.09 lakh.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Observation of World No Tobacco Day on 31st may of every year.
Setting up Tobacco Clinics in all 08 districts.
To involve of NGOs/Civil Society in tobacco control activities.
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Enforcement activities to implement of Tobacco Control Laws by 8 squads on regular
basis.
Conduction of 2 mass media campaign through FM radio, hoardings, railway stations &
newspaper advertisements.
Creating Tobacco cessation facilities in health Institutions.
To conduct the Seminar Workshops in Schools & Colleges.
1.17 Public Health Campaign
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
: Rs.220.00 Lakh
Delhi Govt. organizes various state run public health programmes like Pulse Polio,
Matra Suraksha Abhiyan, Shravan Shakti Abhiyan, Motia Bind Mukti Abhiyan and other
National Health Programmes. The motivation of the public is also required to
participate in the above programmes including Health Melas, public meetings, public
lectures/Bhagidari Workshop etc. To achieve these objectives, Delhi Govt. proposes to
organize various public health campaigns in form of “Munadi” workshops, Seminar,
Pannel discussion, quizzes, various health awareness rallies, speech, paintings and essay
competitions and exhibitions on preventive aspects of various health hazard. It is
proposed that advertisement may be done for the public in form of “Munadi” by
announcing the public, health activities/ the place and date of public lecture, health
mela etc. through mobile loudspeaker etc. The same IEC activities may also be carried
out through newspaper, print media and electronic media.
1.18 State Award to Service Doctors & Other Serving Paramedical Staff of GNCT
of Delhi
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.320.00 Lakh
: Rs.40.00 Lakh
The Doctors working in various dispensaries/health centers/hospitals in a very risky
and uncomfortable atmosphere for the distressed and ailing humanity and also involved
in the implementation of various national/state health programmes.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Organization of investiture ceremony for the state award by Hon’ble CM of Delhi.
The State awards will be conferred 20 doctors and 50 para medical staff on an
Ceremony.
1.19 Grant in Aid to Indraprastha Vyavasyik Evam Paryavarneeya Swasthya
Samiti (IVPSS)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.75.00 Lakh
: Rs.15.00 Lakh
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A society under the name IVPSS had been constituted under Society Act of Delhi Govt. in
1999 with a view to creating a healthy working environment for the workers and
preventing occupational hazards coming out of them. The occupational hazards heat,
cold, stress, noise, radiation, vibration, chemicals, dust fumes, aerosols, vapors, mists,
biological agents such as moulds, bacteria and viruses, ergonomic, psychological and
mechanical factors have adverse impact on health.
1.20 GRANT-IN-AID TO DELHI TAPEDIK UNMULAN SAMITI (DTUS)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1500.00 Lakh
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
Tuberculosis is the major public health problem in Delhi. TB is the leading killer of
adults and is a major barrier to social and economic development. The estimated
number of TB patients in Delhi is around one lakh. About 31,500 new cases are added
every year about 40% to 50% of adult population in Delhi is infected with the TB
Bacteria. Rising HIV epidemic will complicate the situation further and the number of
TB cases will increase 5-6 times, if HIV epidemic is not controlled. It is also estimated
that 22 people die of the disease every day in Delhi.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 21012-13
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Establishment of new treatment cum diagnostic centers
Establishment of new Chest Clinics.
To maintain and sustain case detection rate of 70 % of new sputum smear positive
cases
To maintain and sustain cure rate of 87% of new sputum smear positive cases
To maintain and sustain sputum conversion rate of 90% of new sputum smear
positive cases
Establishment of quality assurance scheme for the diagnostic unit and 2nd treatment
unit at GTB Hospital under MDR TB.
1.22 Special Programmes for Geriatric Population
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.75.00 Lakh
: Rs.15.00 Lakh
Delhi being mega city the geriatric population (above 60 years of age) has tripled in last
50 years. There are 13 lakh Senior citizens in Delhi. These elderly people need good
shelter, balanced diet clean surroundings and proper medical facilities. Anemia,
osteoporosis diabetes, cancer, hypertension, heart ailments and chronic respiratory
diseases, multi organic disorders, Alzheimer’s diseases, dementia and mental disorders
are major problems amongst geriatric population and need in timely intervention. With
gradual decline of joint family system in society especially in Delhi, it becomes the
responsibility of the state to take care of the health of women and older people. Delhi
Govt. had started Sunday Clinics for senior citizens in some hospitals and some special
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health check up for these people in Bhagidari Mahotsav and these are insufficient.
Therefore Delhi Govt. proposes some special health programmes for this group of
people in a systematic manner. Started Sunday Clinic in 24 Delhi Govt. Hospital.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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1st Oct, 2012 observe as Geriatrics Day
Setting up Geriatric Clinic in one hospital of each District.
To launch the Health Awareness Campaign.
Help desk is being set up by Delhi Govt. hospitals for screening and transferring
older people.
Setting up Geriatric Clinic in one hospital of each District
Organization of training programmes / workshops for geriatric clinics for doctors
and staff.
1.23 Aapka Swasthya Bima Yojana
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.2000.00 Lakh
: Rs.500.00 Lakh
To provide adequate and extensive health coverage to economically weaker sections
1.26 lakh BPL households have been registered and insured under Rashtriya Swasthya
Bima Yojana. Treatment of certain diseases involving annual ceiling of Rs.30,000 is
allowed under RSBY. In view of limited insurance ceiling under RSBY. Now it has been
decided to provide health & Insurance coverage to Economically Weaker section of the
society with the implementation of the new scheme “Apka Swasthya Bima Yojana”
critical diseases with an Annual Insurance Cover of Rs.1.50 lakh will be covered under
this scheme.
1.26 C/o office Building for health Deptt. and offices of various Councils, Nursing
school with Hostel opposite the GGS Hospital
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10025.00 Lakh
: Rs.3005.00 Lakh
The CAC has appointed the Consultant M/S Benjamin Benjamin & Vats for architectural
and structural planning for C/o office Building for health Deptt. and offices of various
Councils Nursing schools and Hospitals opposite GGS Hospital with the consultancy fee
of Rs 2.68 crore +services taxes. The tentative cost of the proposed project worked out
to Rs 273.43 crore.
1.27 Deafness Control Programm
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.250.00 Lakh
: Rs.40.00 Lakh
Aims & Objectives
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To prevent the avoidable loss on account of disease or injury.
Early identification, diagnosis and treatment of ear problem.
To make the Public aware for ear diseases through IEC activities.
To Involve the ASHA/USHA for screening and follow up
To conduct the workshop/seminars /Training programme for staff.
1.28 Financial Assistance to affected/infected AIDS/HIV persons and double
orphan Children (DSACS)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.2000.00 Lakh
: Rs.500.00 Lakh
The Govt. of NCT of Delhi decided “to provide the financial assistance to people living
with HIV/AIDs on ART treatment and double orphan children infected or affected by
HIV/AIDS in Delhi” in 2012-13. The Cabinet has also approved that destitute
/abandoned Children less than 18 years of age and infected with HIV/AIDS in the care of
NGOs/other Institutions and taking treatment in ART centers in Delhi will be included
for financial assistance as given to double orphan Children infected with HIV/AIDs. As
per survey/study done by DSACS, there are approx. 4500 poor persons living with
HIV/AIDS in Delhi and 35 Double Orphans children affected/ infected by HIV/AIDS. The
following eligibility are as under :(i)
Financial Assistance to People living with HIV/AIDS (4500 poor persons)
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Annual family Income should not exceed of Rs 1 lakh
Should be a resident of Delhi for last 03 years (on or 1st December 2008)
Proof of residence will be as per existing Delhi Government Schemes for the weaker
sections.
Should be on regular anti retroviral treatment at any of the nine ART Centers in
Delhi.
Financial Assistance to eligible PLHA’s will be provided @ Rs. 1000/- per month.
The assistance to the eligible people living with HIV/AIDS will be continued till they
live.
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Both parents should have died.
At least one of the parent should have died due to HIV/AIDS
Proof of death of the parent due to HIV/AIDS to be ascertained from the ICTC/ART
Centers.
Regarding the proof of child being infected by HIV/AIDS to be checked from
ICTC/ART Centers.
Eligible double orphan children may be staying with grandparents/close relatives
(extended family) or may be in institutional care.
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Financial Assistance to:
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Double orphans Children infected by HIV/AIDS (Age- 0-18 years) = Rs. 2050/Double orphans Children Affected by HIV/AIDS (Age- 0-18 years) = Rs. 1750/The assistance will be routed through the guardian or in-charge of the institution
where the child resides.
Received amount is to spend only for the purpose of the said orphan child.
Financial assistance to the double orphan children will be continued till they attain
the age of 18 years.
Infected double orphan child, as long as he/she gets assistance in this category will
not be considered for assistance in the category of people living with HIV/AIDS,
However once the child attains the age of 18 years, he/she will be considered for
assistance as a PLHA subject to fulfillment of the laid down criteria for the same.
1.29 Establishment of new Medical College, University, Paramedical Institution
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.225.00 Lakh
: Rs.55.00 Lakh
To increase the needs for trained Doctors, nurses and paramedical staff in NCT of Delhi
through creation of Universities and Colleges
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Institute of Liver and Billiary Sciences (ILBS)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.37500.00 Lakh
: Rs.9600.00 Lakh
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To establish a centre of excellence as a National resource facility, and providing
patient Care both surgical and medical care for Liver and Billiary Diseases.
Construction of building Phase-I has been completed by PWD with an estimated cost
of Rs.83.66 crore with a provision of 165 beds. The estimated cost of the Ph-II
project revised from of Rs.223.29 crore to Rs 389 crore after the approval of the
Cabinet decision No. 1609 dated 18.01.2010. Against the projected cost of Rs 389 cr ,
Delhi Govt had released amount about of Rs. 359 cr upto 31.03.2012 for C/o of IInd
Building of ILBS and a provision of balance amount of Rs 30 cr is kept in 2012-13
towards the payment of the total cost of this project. The total beds capacity will be
353 (Ph.I + II). The construction of Ph-II of ILBS is being undertaken by DMRC and
likely to be completed in the year 2012-13.
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To provide artificial liver support, liver cell transplant and organ-liver transplant
facilities to patient with liver diseases and liver transplantation.
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ILBS has been assigned deemed University status for DM, MCH & PHD courses in
Hepotology, BPB Surgery etc. The Ist Phase of this hospital has been started
partially , At present attendance of patients in OPD = 30000 patients and 4000
patients in IPD and Surgeries done in Liver Transplant = 20 nos and HPB Surgeries
= 500 nos. and Endoscopic= 7500 nos.
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Completed 90% construction work of Phase – II of Building (through DMRC)
Procured of additional state-of-the art medical and surgical equipments.
Provided the integrated system for Ph-I & Ph-II including installation of BMS for
HVAC system.
Created and filled up of posts.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Completion of construction work of Phase – II of Building of ILBS
Creation & filling up of posts.
Strengthening of OPD and Indoor services.
Procurement of medical and surgical equipments.
To Strengthen of Laboratory & Other investigation facilities.
To Start of DM (Pediatric Hematology and Organ Transplant Anesthesia & Critical
Care) course.
To increase in take capacity of M.Ch (HPB Surgery) from existing two seats to Four
seats.
To provide Free treatment facilities to the poor patients under PBL/EWS category
Expansion of Phase-II of ILBS: - Planning for construction of Residential block for
the Faculty, relatives of the patients and other staff, C/o Nursing /students Hostel,
Sports and recreation facilities for student and faculty members.
3.1.
Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital at Pitam Pura
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.15500.00 Lakh
: Rs.2800.00 Lakh
200 bedded Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital at Pitampura was established in 10th Five Year
Plan to provide comprehensive medical care facilities and secondary level health care
to the residents of North-West Delhi, particularly of Pitampura, Shalimar Bagh,
Shakurbasti, Saraswati Vihar Madhuban Village etc.
Targets for the 12th FYP 2012-17and Annual Plan 2012-13
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Up gradation of existing services of hospital with round the clock casualty, Labour
room, Level III Nursery, ICU & Operative Services.
Setting up of Blood bank facilities
Setting up of CT Scan & MRI facilities on PPP Mode
Setting up of Central Gas Pipeline system
Proposal for starting a nursing & Paramedical College
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3.2.
Jag Parvesh Chandra Hospitat at Sashtri Park (SCSP)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.17500.00 Lakh
: Rs.2700.00 Lakh
200 bedded Jag Parvesh Chandra Hospital at Shastri Park was established in 10th Five
Year Plan to provide comprehensive medical care facilities and secondary level health
care to the residents of North East to the people of Shastri Park, Seelampur, Welcome
colony, Ghonda, Brahampuri Jafrabad, Kabir Nagar and adjoining areas covering about
10 -15 lakh of poor people.
Achievements
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OPD attendance 3-4 thousands people per day.
ICU is functioning with 10 bedded.
Major OTs are functioning.
Started Eyes, ENT, Ortho, Laparoscopic, and Gynae & Obst. Surgeries.
Started computerized registration of OPD.
Separated DOTS centers are functioning.
Started Saturday Special Clinic
Started OPDs in Dental, ENT, Eye
Procured of Medicines & important equipments.
10 bedded state of Art ICU is presently functioning.
Started Yoga centre, Disaster ward & women oriented schemes, Ladli, Janani
Suraksha Yojna
Developed Maternity and child care facility.
Targets for the 12th FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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To Start Histopathology and Microbiology Deptts.
Up gradation of existing ICU
To start Blood Bank.
To Start the Medical Gas pipeline
To start the Computerization of hospital.
To start the round-the-clock emergency and maternity service.
To start a dedicated Ortho OT for Hip & Knee replacement surgery.
To start NRC (Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre) and adolescent clinic.
Immunology Lab with reference provision of fertility mark cancer markers.
To install the CT scan.
To upgrade the existing medical facilities.
3.3.
Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital, Khichripur, (SCSP)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.25000.00 Lakh
: Rs.2700.00 Lakh
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100 Bedded Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital situated at Khichri Pur in Trans-Yamuna area
of East Delhi was commissioned in Dec. 1991 is to provide medical facilities to poor ,
weaker section of more than 14 lakh population of Trans Yamuna area of east Delhi.adn
provide the e medical facilities in all major disciplines like Labour Room and Maternity
facilities, round the clock Emergency, Casualty & Labour Room Services,. I.C.U. service,
Blood bank facility, Swine Flue Centre with 6 Beds, clinical and investigative facilities
round the clock, the sanctioned staff strength of the Hospital is 461. The Consultant
Appointment committee has appointed the Consultant M/s Adalakha Associates Pvt. Ltd
for the consultancy work for C/o additional block of 100-150 bedded for a fee of Rs 95
lakh.
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Started Computerization of Casualty Registration Counter 24X7.
Started Post Natal Ward with a capacity of 14 Beds
Commissioned of Blood Bank.
Started Video Conferencing System with E-Courtroom.
06 Bedded ICU is fully functional.
Solar Water heating system has been installed and functional.
Strengthened the Lab. Services with automatic Bio-Chemistry analyzer, Bactac for
rapid culture.
Installed of Automated Blood Culture Machine for rapid recovery of Blood
Pathogens in serious patients.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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C/o the additional block for 100-150 beds.
Opening up of School of Nursing
To Strengthening of all clinical facilities in all specialties and Investigative Facilities
in Radiology Department
To procure new equipments such as ABG Scan, 04 Ventilators for ICU and
Phacoemulsification Machine for Eye Cataract surgery. Colour Doppler Ultrasound
Machine and Digital X-Ray., CT Scan Machine, MRI Machine Immunoassay Machine
for Hormone analysis
To start the on-line Computerization hospitals services.
To start 12 Bedded NICU ward.
To Start Histopathology Department for Lab.
Up-gradation of Labour Room.
To further expand the Blood Bank facilities by starting component Separation Unit
for Preparation of Platelets & other components from whole blood.
3.4.
BJRM Hospital at Jahangirpuri
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.9700.00 Lakh
: Rs.1150.00 Lakh
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100 bedded BJRM Hospital is a secondary level multi specialty general hospital situated
in the North-West district of Delhi and catering to the low socio-economic and weaker
section in the resettlement colonies and JJ clusters of Jahangir Puri, Adarsh Nagar,
Bhalswa, Sarai Peepal Thala, Azadpur, Bhurai, Mukundpur etc. Current daily average
OPD attendance is between 2000 approximately and IPD bed occupancy is
approximately 120%.Hospital is providing the service in OPD and IPD in all clinical
departments like General Medicine, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics,
Gynae & Obst., Peads. In addition to that , hospital is also providing other supportive
medical services like Radiology services, Lab facilities, Nursery facility, Casualty &
Emergency facility, ECG facility(24 X7), Mortuary services etc. Hospital also arranges
special clinics each for diabetes/ Hypertension, Cancer, Asthma, Neonatal, Rectal and
Geriatric clinic for senior citizen.
Targets for 12th FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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Expansion of the Hospital with beds capacity from 100 beds to 250 beds.
To start round the clock Maternity and Neo-Natology services.
To add the more Services like Neurology Cardiology, Nephrology.
Creation and filling up of the posts.
Up gradation of diagnostic facilities
Stg. & Computerization of HMIS
Strengthening of existing services in the hospital.
Procurement of machinery and equipment
Creation and filling up vacant posts
3.5.
R.T.R.M. Hospital at JAFFARPUR, DELHI
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.16000.00 Lakh
: Rs.3000.00 Lakh
This 100 bedded hospital is providing medical facilities in all the major discipline to the
people residing in the rural belt of Najafgarh Block in the South West District of Delhi
and.
Targets for the 12th FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
• C/o the additional block for 100 beds
• To Establish the Centrally Gas pipe line
• Procurement of equipments for endoscopic Surgery in surgeries in orthopedics, Obs
& Gynae and ENT.
• Commissioning of ICU
• Commissioning of Pediatric IC Unit and New born nursery.
• Strengthening of emergency, Trauma and other existing services.
• Procurement of Echo-cardiology facility in Medicine Department
• To Establish CT Scan and MRI Facilities.
3.6
Maharishi Balmiki Hospital at Pooth Khurd
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Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.12000.00 Lakh
: Rs.3100.00 Lakh
Maharishi Balmiki Hospital is a 150 bedded multispecialty hospital providing primary
secondary and tertiary level of treatment to the residents of rural area. The OPD
services were started in 29th September 1998.
The hospital facilities are required to be upgraded upto 200 beds. Hospital is providing
the secondary level medical care & services in allopathic, ISM & Special clinic. Also 24
hours of causality & emergency services, Diagnostic services, Operative Services, Special
Clinics, Maternity & nursing and other facility.
Targets for 12th FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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Up-gradation of Hospital from 150 beds to 200 beds
Establishment of Blood Bank
Completion of Medical Gas Pipe Line System.
Up-gradation of existing medical services
procurement of Machinery & equipments and drugs & Medicines
Creation & Filling up of posts
3.7.
Guru Govind Singh Hospital at Raghubir Nagar
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.19000.00 Lakh
: Rs.2300.00 Lakh
Guru Gobind Singh Govt. Hospital is a 100 bedded hospital established in the
resettlement colony of Raghubir Nagar, West Delhi under Special Component Plan (SCP)
of Delhi Govt. with a view to provide secondary level health care to low socio economic
group of people of Raghubir Nagar and adjacent areas of an approximate population of
5-7 lakh, which has now been doubled.
The scheme was approved at an estimated cost of Rs. 16.96 crore. Construction of this
hospital building began in 1993 in a plot of land measuring approximately 14 Acres. On
completion of the OPD block, OPD services were commissioned on 30th December,
1995 and Indoor services were added in 2001.
The hospital is now fully functional with round the clock emergency/casualty,
Maternity/Labour room, Operation Theatres, 100 bedded Indoor and Ambulance
services w.e.f. 16-02-2001. The hospital services have been strengthened and upgraded on regular basis and also started Geriatrics clinic on Sundays and
Commissioning of Blood Storages Unit.
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Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Construction of additional block for 150 bedded Maternity -cum-Pediatrics.
Construction of New Block for shifting of hospital Pharmacy and providing
ISM services like Ayurveda, Homeopathy & Yoga etc.
Procurement of Equipments for OTs, 4-D Ultrasound, Colour Doppler
Expansion of Orthopedic services
Expansion of Surgical ICU
Up-gradation of Nursery for new born
Up-gradation of Blood Storage Unit
Up-gradation of diagnostic/investigation facilities
Strengthening of Deptt. Medicine, Gynae, Eye, ENT and Radiology Deptt.
Implementation of Hospital Information Management system(HIMS)
Creation and filling up of posts
To Introduce of Cardiac services with TMT Investigative facility, Image Intensifier
(C-arm) with navigation facility , DCNL /ESWL and Endoscopic lab for Gastro &
Colonoscopy
3.8.
Dr. N.C. Joshi Hospital at Karol Bagh
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.5850.00 Lakh
: Rs.700.00 Lakh
Dr. N.C. Joshi Hospital especially a 60 bedded Orthopedic Hospital is situated in Karol
Bagh with providing the 24&7 Maternity and Neo Natal services, Emergency Services,
and others major disciplines.
Targets for the 12th FYP 2012-17 & Annual Plan 2012-13
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C/o 200 bedded multi specialty Dr. N.C.Joshi Memorial Hospital at D.B.Gupta Road
site Stage-I.
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C/o “DR.N.C.JOSHI MEMORIAL INSTITUTE OF ORTHOPAEDICS” at present hospital
premises (Property No.874 and 875) after shifting of hospital to D.B.Gupta Road site
–stage-II.
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To help for the implementation of National Control/Eradication Programmes of
diseases.
Up-gradation of Diagnostic & Lab services.
Up-gradation of existing medical services
Renovation of Ward Block and admn. Block
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Dr. Hedgewar Arogya Sansthan at Karkardooma
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.21400.00 Lakh
: Rs.4200.00 Lakh
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200 bedded Dr. Headgewar Arogya Sansthan, Karkardooma was established in 10th Five
Year Plan to provide comprehensive medical care facilities including secondary level
health care to the residents of East Delhi, particularly of Karkardooma, Arjun Nagar,
Jagatpuri, Krishna Nagar, Radhey Puri, Vishwas Nagar and adjoining areas of Geeta
Colony, Krishna Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Seelampur, Vishwas Nagar and Shahdara spread
over a radius of 12 Kms. The hospital is providing various medical services like OPD,
IPD, Blood Bank , Casualty, Surgeries, OBS, Maternity, Eye, ENT, Ortho, Skin and VD,
Pathology, Radiology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Ayurvedic and
Homoeopathic System of medicines Average daily OPD attendance of patients is 2500.
Targets for 12th FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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Purchase of machinery, equipments and medicines.
Computerization of OPD, IPD and record of MRD department.
Creation and filling up of posts.
Stg. of the existing medical services.
Up-gradation of Nursery and new ICU.
3.10. Satyawadi Raja Harish Chandra Hosptial at Narela (SCSP)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.16700.00 Lakh
: Rs.2950.00 Lakh
200 bedded Satyavadi Raja Harish Chandra Hospital at Narela was established in 10th
Five Year Plan, to provide comprehensive medical care facilities and secondary level
health care to the residents of North- West Delhi, particularly of Narela and its adjoining
areas like Lampur, Bhorgarh, Sanoth, Holambi Kurd, Holambi Kalan and nearby resettlement colonies. Total sanctioned posts are 422 in this hospital. Hospital is
providing OPD l services in all major discipline, diagnostic services, 24&7 Pathology
service, Pharmacy & Physiotherapy and also started 24&7 Emergency services, Sunday
clinic for Senior Citizens, Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram , Ambulance services
Targets for the 12th FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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To start the computerization of IPD and OPD Registration.
Establishment of blood Storages Centre.
Expansion & strength of Surgeries/OT services in Eye, ENT, Ortho, Obs & Gyane
To start 100 bedded ICU services.
Pathology lab services round the clock 24*7.
To Construction of DOTS cum microscopic centre.
To Introduce the New Services in Non invasive Cardiology lab with TMT facility, CT
Scan facility and Trauma services
To start Centralized Gas pipe lines
Creation and filling of posts
To start Mortuary services.
To Start the Pathology lab services round the clock .
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3.11 Attar Sain Jain Eye & General Hospital (SCSP)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.2800.00 Lakh
: Rs.500.00 Lakh
Atter Sen Jain Hospital was donated by President of Jain Trust to Govt. of NCT of Delhi
and taken over by DHS on 19.4.1999 with a view to strengthen the hospital and provide
preventive and curative services in the field of ophthalmology and general medicine.
This hospital will provide comprehensive eye care and general medical services to the
residents of Lawrance Road, Shakur Basti, Ashok Vihar, Keshav Puram and adjoining
areas.
Target of 12th FYP& Annual Plan 2012-13
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Strengthening of Retina Clinic and Glaucoma Clinic.
Procurement of equipments like Phaco Machine, SLIT LAMPS-2,Digital imaging
system for eyes
Up-gradation of Operating Microscope for V.R.Surgery.
Up-gradation of the hospital services.
3.12 ACHARYA BHIKSHU GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL AT MOTI NAGAR
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.9600.00 Lakh
: Rs.1800.00 Lakh
ABGH is 100 bedded general Hospital providing secondary level health care to the
residents of Moti Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Maya Puri, Rajori Garden, Panjabi Bagh & Vishnu
Garden etc.
Achievements
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100 beds are fully functional (labour room = 10 beds, nursery =10, and ward = 80
beds).
Started special clinic for senior citizen, cancer clinic, asthma clinic.
Started nursery services with 10 beds round the block
Started round the clock operation theatre services.
Started round the clock diagnostic services and ECG services.
Started emergency services round the clock with 04 beds for observation in main
casualty and 12 beds in emergency wards.
Labour room services are fully functional with 02 delivery tables and 10 beds.
Up-gradation of existing services like pharmacy, physiotherapy, occupational
therapy.
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Target of 12th FYP& Annual Plan 2012-13
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C/o of additional block for 20 new beds.
Introduction of Histopathology services.
To start out born nursery.
Procurement of Ambulance.
Computerization of hospital services.
To start the ICU and blood bank services.
Installation of effluent treatment plant.
Dismantling of 02 old residential quarters for construction of new block.
3.13 PT. MADAN MOHAN MALVIYA HOSPITAL AT MALVIYA NAGAR
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.12100.00 Lakh
: Rs.2500.00 Lakh
The basic objective of the scheme is to provide secondary level health care to the
residents of Malviya Nagar, Begam Pur, Ber Sarai, Hauz Rani, Hauz Khas, Kalu Sarai,
Khirki etc. This hospital is fully functional 100 bedded catering to the population of 30
lakh.
Target of 12th FYP& Annual Plan 2012-13
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Up-gradation for fully functional of 100 bedded hospital (Gen. Ward= 48, Pediatric
Ward= 12, ICU/Pvt. Ward= 12 beds, Labour Room= 16 beds, OT’s= 06 beds)
Procurement of advanced machinery and equipments.
Installation of Medical Gas Pipe Line.
Starting of new services –ICU, and Nursery.
To start 24 X 7 Emergency Service with 06 beds.
Up-gradation of Radiology Diagnostic & Maternal services.
Establishment of 24 x 7 CSSD Services.
Up-gradation of NICU.
To start the advanced operative surgeries in laparoscopic hysteroscopy (Obs &
Gynae), Robotic in (ENT), Oncology, Bariatric and microscope for spine (Ortho).
3.14. 64 bedded Shri Dadadev Matri Avum Shishu Chikitsalaya Hospital at Nasir
Pur (SCSP)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10700.00 Lakh
: Rs.1900.00 Lakh
TARGET OF 12TH FYP & Annual Plan
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To Start 48 beds functional with round the clock.
To Start Casualty with 6 emergency beds
To Start One emergency O.T, one maternity O.T
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Procurement of medicines and equipments.
Up-gradation of Labour room with Nursery
To provide round the clock Maternity and Child Services, Nursery, ICU, Labour Room
and indoor services for the patients and procurement of equipments.
3.15 Health centre Cum Maternity Hospital at Kanti Nagar (SCSP)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
: Rs.2100.00 Lakh
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.350.00 Lakh
Target for the Annual plan 2012-13
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Procurement of Machinery & Equipments like OT table, X-ray Machine.
Creation & Filling up of posts
Computerization of OPD registration
Facility of level-II NICU
3.16. Sardar Ballav Bhai Patel Hospital at Patel Nagar
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10500.00 Lakh
: Rs.1900.00 Lakh
The colony hospital at Patel Nagar is one of the 3 colony hospitals which was taken over
from MCD in 1996 for up-gradation into full-fledged 50 bedded hospital for providing
secondary level health care for the adjoining areas of Prem Nagar, Pandav Nagar, Baljeet
Nagar, Ranjeet Nagar, DTC Colony etc.
Targets for the 12 FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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Procurement of advance ultrasound machine with Echo & Doppler, Laparocator for
sterilization purpose and Cryocautery for gynae department.
Procurement of ECG, PFT machine for Medicine Department.
Establishment of Asthma Clinic.
Strengthening of CSSD services.
To start Endo-Urology.
To start Advanced Microscope for ear & micro laryngeal surgery.
To start 24 hours Labour Room, Nursery and Causality Services.
Up gradation of OT and emergency ward
To start the round the clock services for blood storage.
To start RTI/ STI Clinic.
Establishment of Gas pipe line.
Computerization of MRD.
To start the advanced Micro Laryngeal Surgery/Spine Surgery in Ortho.
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4.
Directorate of Family Welfare
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
4.1
: Rs.1300.00 Lakh
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
Expansion of Directorate of Family Welfare
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.20.00 Lakh
: Rs.5.00 Lakh
OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME
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Provision of essential drugs including IFA, calcium, de-worming tablets and antenatal referral cards along with up-gradation of knowledge of mothers as regard
nutrition & safe delivery practices through IEC so as to provide essential obstetric
care to all needy pregnant women.
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To provide and upgrade knowledge about PNDT Act and MTP Act of all stakeholders
including Govt. officials, private health professionals, community leaders, opinion
makers and public at large so as to implement these acts in transparent and effective
manner and to abolish female feticide.
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To provide safe and hygienic abortions as per law.
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To improve the status of girl child and woman in society.
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To keep pace with information technology and to utilize the latest of the technology
(hardware and software) so as to channelize the flow of information and data from
different sections of the headquarter and the plan implementing units to maximize
the benefits to the public and programme.
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To strengthen physical infrastructure of the Directorate's building and its annexure
like medical stores, training centre, MEM Wing etc. by repair, maintenance,
provision of furnishing etc. so as to improve the physical work environment for
maximum efficiency and good outlook to the general public as well as visitors.
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Surveillance of vaccine preventable diseases i.e. Polio, Measles, Diphtheria, Neonatal
tetanus, Mumps etc so as to control/ eliminate/ eradicate these diseases which may
result in reduction in infant and child mortality rates.
A plan outlay of Rs.20 lakh has been approved in the annual plan 2010-11.
4.2
Rural Family Welfare Centre
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
: Rs.10.00 Lakh
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Rural Family Welfare Centers provide primary health services including maternal care,
child care, prevention & management of reproductive tract infections including sexually
transmitted diseases, provision of family welfare services. There has been marked
improvement in the family welfare and immunization services in the state of Delhi. It is
evident from NFHS-III data.
Target for12th FYP 2012-17
Maintenance of 5 Rural Welfare centers by MCD and release of grant in aid to MCD
towards salary, rent, and contingency of sanctioned staff of 5 RFWC’s as per Govt. of
India’s guidelines.
4.3
P.P. Units in Hospitals (Post Partum Units at District Level and Sub-district
level)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1180.00 Lakh
: Rs.285.00 Lakh
OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME
The objective of PP Units is to improve the health of Mother & child. for the maintenance
of PP Units, release of Grant in Aid as per Govt. of India guidelines and pattern of
assistance to the MCD for running 5 Rural Family Welfare Centers and meeting the
salary as per State Govt. of the staff sanctioned and other expenditures. It also includes
provision of adolescent health services , prevention and management of reproductive
and sexually transmitted infections.
There has been marked increase in acceptors of Tubectomy, Vasectomy, Intrauterine
contraceptive device & oral pills contraceptive amount the community. Immunization
acceptance has been increased in the community, maternal mortality rate have
decreased due to good antenatal coverage. Marked Improvement in health indicator
such as Total fertility rate, Birth rate, maternal mortality rate.
Target for12th FYP 2012-17
Maintenance of PP Units and release of GIA towards salary of sanctioned staff and other
expenditure of PP Units as per Govt. of India’s guidelines at the time of inception of
scheme.
5.
Directorate of Indian System of Medicine & Homeopathy [ISM&H]
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.12300.00 Lakh
: Rs.2050.00 Lakh
The Directorate of ISM was set up under Govt. of Delhi on 1.8.1996 for development to
augment education, research and health care services of ISM & Homeopathy. At present
directorate operated 139 dispensaries (32 Ayurvedic, 15 Unani and 92 Homeopathic
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dispensaries).The Directorate Oversees the work of various autonomous bodies
viz.,Delhi Bhartiya Chikitsa Parishad, BOARD OF homoeopathy and Delhi Homoeopathic
Anusandhan Parishad working under its administrative control. In 11th FYP, 14 new
Ayurvedic dispensaries and 10 new Unani dispensaries have been opened.
5.1
Development and Strengthening of ISM
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.7000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
Targets for the 12th FYP 2012-17
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Opening 25 new Ayurvedic and 10 new Unani Dispensaries
To provide health care services of ISM through Dispensaries.
To create health awareness regarding preventive medicines, Life style disorders,
Chronic disorders etc. in the society.
To conduct re-orientation training programmes, workshops, conferences, seminars
etc. for public and working officers/staff/private practitioner.
Procurement of Equipments. & Medicines
Purchase of Books/periodicals/Journals for Library
open 05 new Ayurvedic and 02 new Unani Dispensaries in 2012-13
Chaudhary Barham Prakash Ayurvedic Charak Sansthan at Khera Dabur
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1550.00 Lakh
During the year 1997 about 95 acres land of Gram Panchayat was purchased by the
Directorate for establishment of a multi therapy centre i.e Ayurvedic Medical College &
Hospital, Research Centre and Yoga & Prakritik Chikitsa Sansthan at Khera Dabur village
in Najafgarh block. Out of 95 acres land, the Ministry of Urban Development & Poverty
Alleviation, Government of India had given no objection certificate for use of 15 acres of
land as Institutional area. The remaining 80 acres will be utilized for development of
medicinal plantation garden.
The original cost of ISM Project at Khera Dabur was of Rs.102.87. Now Cabinet has
approved the revised cost of this project of Rs.152.82 crore (Construction Cost –
Rs.134.90 crore + non lecturing expenditure – Rs.17.92 crore) vide their decision No.
1746 dated 23.02.2011. This project has been constructed by DSIIDC.
The Ayurvedic Medical College recognized by the Deptt of AYUSH, Min. of H&FW Govt.
of India & CCIM and affiliated to GGSIP University New Delhi. At present total strength
of staff is 70 + 120 employees are outsourced basis. Hostel facilities for boys & girls and
nursing are available in the sansathan. Herbal Garden is being developed in 70 acres of
land by department of AYUSH, Govt. of lndia .The proposal of to set up Herbal Garden of
International Standards is to be examined by a Joint Committee. At present there are
more than five thousand medicinal plants in the Herbal Garden.
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Achievement of 11th FYP
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Started specialized 18 OPD in Medicine, Surgery, ENT, Gyne & Obs, Pediatrics,
anorectic, Leech Therapy, Agi Karm, Zarav Vyadi, School Health Clinic and others
Fist Batch of BMAS of the Ayurveda College started with sanctioned capacity of 100
seats in 2010-11 with 17 students admitted and for 2011-12- 85 students admitted.
Yoga Centre started
1700 herbal plants have been roped.
Average Per day OPD attendance = 900 patients
Started IPD Services with 210 beds capacity with 75% bed occupancy.
60 beds in private ward is operational.
Started Full Fledged Panchkarma services with daily attendance about 120 patients.
Prepared a site for Cyber-Medicine
Arranged 4 Mortuary cabinet’s.
Hostel facilities available for boys, girls and nurses.
12 faculty members participated in seminars/workshops in India & abroad.
Targets for the 12 FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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To make the Sansthan as full fledged PG medical centre of Ayurvedic study and with
full faculty and staff in position
Creation of new post as per CCIM norms.
Construction of approach road to Sanshthan.
To develop the Herbal Garden in 70 acres land.
For operational of water treatment plan.
To prepare the medical college for third professional classes along with
developments of its concerned Deptt.
5.3.
Grant-in-Aid to ISM Institutions /NGO’s
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.150.00 Lakh
: Rs.30.00 Lakh
The basic aim of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to NGOs/Institutions
working for the development of Ayurveda/Unani,Yoga, Prakritik Chikitsa therapy in the
field of health education ,orientation and re-orientation programmes, health awareness
camps, health promoting activities, clinics research etc.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
The proposal for provide GIA /Financial Assistance on the approved pattern of
assistance to Delhi Bharatiya Chikitsa Parishad, Examination body of Parishad and
Jamia Hamdard.
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5.4
Development of Health Care Services of Homeopathy
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.4000.00 Lakh
: Rs.700.00 Lakh
The Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy was setup under Govt. of Delhi on 01/08/1996
for development to augment education, Research and Health Care Services of Indian
System of Medicine and Homoeopathy. At present there are 92 homoeopathic
dispensaries functioning in Delhi and Central Homoeopathic Drug Store at Himmat Puri
caters to the supply of drugs, medicines, and sundries to homoeopathic dispensaries.
Under the policy of cafeteria approach of Govt. of Delhi, homoeopathic dispensaries
shall be established in each upcoming health center and hospitals.
Achievements of 11th FYP
• Established 19 new homoeopathic dispensaries and efforts are being made to start
minimum three more dispensaries by March 2012.
• Computerized 20 dispensaries for providing quality care.
• 55 new posts of different category have been created for open new dispensaries.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual plan 2012-13
• Opening of 25 New homoeopathic dispensaries (05 disp./year).
• Creation and filling up of New Posts
• To Stg. the Administrative set up of homoeopathic wing at distt level
• To conduct the reorientation programme/seminar
• To improve the quality of Health care in homoeopathic unit.
• Set up of 4 zones for purpose of storing and distribution of Medicines and others
items
5.5.
Grant-in-Aid to Homeopathic
ANUSANDHAN PARISHAD
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
Institutions
–DELHI
HOMEOPATHIC
: Rs.60.00 Lakh
: Rs.10.00 Lakh
During the 11th five year the Directorate has released the Grant in Aid to DILLI
Homoeopathic Anusandhan Parishad (DHAP) an autonomous body for undertaking the
research in the projects of psychiatry, MDRTB, Sub clinical Hypothyroidism, Gall Stone
&Renal Stone, Skin disorders including Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Life Style Diseases, Geriatric
diseases, pediatric disease , Female disease, Drug Proving, Respiratory and Arthritis.
Project of Sub clinical trial on Hypothyroids has been completed with the financial
assistance of Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India
and final report has been submitted.
Target of 12th FYP
• To Stg. the administrative set up to Dilli Homeopathic Anusandhan Parishad
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To undertake new research activities of life style diseases.
To organize seminar, workshops and conferences in Homeopathic.
Grant -in-Aid to PPP in providing Homoeopathic Services in Delhi (New
Scheme)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1000.00 Lakh
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
AIM AND OBJECTIVE
To strengthen/establishment of Homeopathic dispensaries under Bhagidari Scheme
and establishment of Homeopathic Clinics as Public Partnership Project and improve
the quality of the Homeopathic Services in charitable Homeopathic Clinic being run by
NGO’s in Delhi. Grant-in-Aid released to 10 dispensaries under Bhagidari Scheme.
Targets of 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
• GIA to 20 new NGO’s per year for establishment of Homeopathic dispensaries under
Bhagidari Scheme
• GIA to establishment of 100 Homeopathic Clinics under PPP project
• Approval of pattern of assistance.
5.7
Grant-in-Aid to Board of Homoeopathic System of Medicine (New Scheme)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.90.00 Lakh
: Rs.10.00 Lakh
Targets for 12th FYP& Annual Plan 2012-13
To stg. the Board of Homeopathic system of Medicines for initiating paramedical
education and evolve a system for effective handling of quackery in the Homoeopathic
Stream.
5.8
Development / Strengthening of Ayurvedic & Unani Tibbia College and
Hospital
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.6000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1100.00 Lakh
The college is affiliated to the University of Delhi. At Under Graduate level Tibbia College
offers five and half years duration degree courses in Ayurveda and Unani System of
Medicine. Besides under Graduate level, College offers 3 years Post Graduation Degree
Courses. The annual admission capacity for Under Graduate degree courses is 44
students in Ayurveda and 44 students in Unani whereas in Post Graduation Courses (6
students in Ayurveda and 12 students in Unani). Under this scheme various categories
of posts required for college and hospital are proposed to be created as per Central
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Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) norms. Presently hospital is running 07 OPD in
Ayurvedic & 08 in Unani and also running specialized clinics of deities’ geriatric &
dental.
ACHIEVEMENTS in 11th FYP
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Started 60 bedded Maternity & Childs Care Center.
Implementation of Janani \SURAKSHA Yojna & Lali Scheme.
Procured of AYURVEDIC and Unani Medicines.
Organized 03 academic programme on Renal Disorder, Heptobiliary Disorder and
Kshar Sutra
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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5.9
To increase the bed strength from 210 beds to 300 beds.
Procurement of Machinery & Equipment and Medicines
C/O boys and girls hostel.
C/O of new OPD block, P.G Block , Guest house, Auditorium of 600 seats and new
office blocks etc.
Up-gradation of college as deemed University.
To Open 07 OPD in Ayurveda and 02 OPD in Unani discipline.
To established specialized clinic in Physchiatry, Hepatitis, Arthritis.
To start a research & development (R&D) centre for students and faculty separately.
To run round the clock services in the Labour room/causality and Operation
Theater,
Development of Panchkarma and Ilaj –bid-Tadbeer Deptt. and Para Surgical
techniques such as Agani, Moksan, Ksharsutra, Jalloka technique
Development of Herbal Garden
Dr. B.R.Sur Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.2500.00 Lakh
: Rs.600.00 Lakh
Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre was taken over
by Government of N.C.T. of Delhi on 1st October 1998. Initially the hospital was started
with OPD Services only. Indoor Patient Department was started on 12th September
2000. At present, the hospital is running with the capacity of 50 indoor patient beds and
all basic medical facilities.
The Institution is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, Delhi
and is imparting five and half years degree course in Homoeopathy, awarding Bachelor
of Homoeopathic System of Medicine and Surgery (BHMS). The Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi
admitted its first batch of students in August 1999 imparting degree level teaching
course in Homoeopathy. The Institution is recognized by the Central Council of
Homoeopathy.
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Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
1. C/o Additional building with a view of increase in admission capacity for the reservation
for OBCs, and for starting PG courses.
2. Up gradation of existing teaching departments.
3. To procure the machinery and equipments.
4. To start the Computerization of Hospital service.
5. Up-gradation of Library
6. Creation and filling of posts
5.10. Nehru Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1100.00 Lakh
: Rs.350.00 Lakh
Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital established in 1972 affiliated to Delhi
University and imparting five and a half year BHMS with an admission capacity of 100
students per year (including 50 seats added in 2005-2006).Three year P.G. Course in
Homoeopathy has also been started with admission capacity of 4 students in each year.
The college has a 100 bedded attached hospital which provides medical care facilities
and is running its OPD with approx 600 patients per day. The Institute is equipped with
modern diagnostic laboratories like, semi-auto analyzer, ultrasound machine, Elisa
reader and computer aided library. 44 Posts for Professor and Asstt. Professors and 18
Post of J.R have been created to start PG in 03 new subjects
Target for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-2013
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To implement of OBC Quota
Filling up of vacant posts.
To start 03 New P.G. Courses.
Repair & renovation of the College building
To procure the Medicine & Equipments
DEEN DAYAL UPADHYAY HOSPITAL
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.53000.00 Lakh
: Rs.8500.00 Lakh
The main aim of the Hospital is to provide medical facilities to the people living in West
Delhi in Janakpuri, Uttam Nagar, and Vikaspuri and adjoining rural areas of West Delhi.
6.1
Expansion of DDU Hospital
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.42700.00 Lakh
: Rs.8356.00 Lakh
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Target for 12th FYP Plan & Annual Plan
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Strengthening of various departments
To procure machine and equipments.
Procurement of essential drugs and surgical items.
Construction of Effluent treatment Plant
Up-gradation of Radio Diagnostic Services
6.2 C/o of 150 seats Medical College in DDU
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
6.3
: Rs.10000.00 Lakh
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
Hospital Waste Management:
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.50.00 Lakh
: Rs.4.00 Lakh
This hospital has already installed incinerator autoclave and shedder, and successfully
followed the guidelines/instructions issued by DPCC in the management of hospital
waste.
Target for 12th FYP Plan & Annual Plan
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To construct Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP).
To procure trolleys and other equipments.
Computerization of Hospital Record and Services:
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.250.00 Lakh
: Rs.40.00 Lakh
Target for 12th FYP Plan & Annual Plan
DDU Hospital is a 640 bedded hospital generating huge data base and multiple levels
interface with patients. Digitalization of Hospital Net Working with complete
computerization of hospital records and services.
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D.D.U. SUPER SPECIALTY HOSPITAL AT JANAKPURI
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.31500.00 Lakh
: Rs.2100.00 Lakh
The 300 bedded Super Specialty Hospital; Janakpuri is constructed on 3.6 Hect. of land.
The facilities and services to be provided in this Super Specialty wing will be on the
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same line as are being provided in G.B. Pant Hospital plus Cancer treatment facilities, as
no such facilities are available especially in Government sector in West part of Delhi.
This will subsequently reduce the difficulties of residents from western part of Delhi in
having super-specialty medical services. Total number of proposed beds strength is
300, which will include private wards & Nursing home facilities. The hospital will
provide both indoor and outdoor services. Only referral cases will be entertained in this
hospital i.e. this hospital will function as purely tertiary care hospital. This hospital will
provide the Super Specialty health care service. The hospital is running its OPD services
in the field of Cardiology, neurology, oncology, nephrology along with its supportive
services like Diagnostic, physiotherapy, occupational therapy speech therapy,
pharmacy, labs, radiology, etc. As per Cabinet decision that this hospital will run by
Delhi Govt. instead of PPP mode. The hospital will be made operational during current
year.
Targets of 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Fictionalization of all Super Specialty OPD and OT’s Services.
Full fictionalization of 300 bedded Super Specialty Hospital.
Starting Indoor and emergency services
Starting minor OT services
Purchases of Machinery & Equipments.
8. G.T.B. HOSPITAL-CUM-MEDICAL COLLEGE
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.92500.00 Lakh
: Rs.14500.00 Lakh
GTB Hospital is the biggest in Trans-Yamuna Area/East Delhi. It is catering to the
Medical needs of East Delhi and adjoining area with attendance of more than one lakh
patients per month in OPD and more than six thousand patients in IPD. The
sanctioned bed were 1007 out of which 50 beds has been transferred to cancer hospital.
At present there are 1185 functional beds in this hospital which is still inadequate to
meet the ever increasing patient load. Construction of new building for 500 bedded new
MCH block is already completed and it is almost ready for accommodate patients to
providing better care. The hospital needs constant modernization, up-gradation of its
facilities with some new schemes/ projects under 12th FYP 2012-17. A Consultant has
been appointed for the work of Consultancy work of “Comprehensive Integrated
Planning of GTB Hospital” by the CAC in the meeting held on 12/3/2012.
Target for 12th FYP & Annual plan 2012-13
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C/o Kidney Centre & Diabetes centre
C/o of Effluent treatment plant
C/o Community Centre
Expansion & Modernization for patients care activities like expansion of medical
services, modernization of mortuary, increase the IPD/private beds facility
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Expansion & Modernization for proper & effective control and administration of
Hospital activities like provision of Admn. Block, Academic Block proper store for
drugs & equipments etc.
Expansion & Modernization of for welfare of the staff like day care centre for
Children, provision of additional facilities for hostel, Multilevel parking and
Auditorium
RAJIV GANDHI SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL, TAHIRPUR
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.9000.00 Lakh
: Rs.2100.00 Lakh
GNCT Delhi approved the SFC proposal for construction of a 650 bedded Super
Specialty Hospital at Tahirpur on 19-12-2000 at an estimated cost of Rs.86.66 Crore and
the construction of this building at a cost of 99 crore has been completed. Hospital is
providing the OPD services Gastroenterology Cardiology & Cardio Thoracic Surgery &
Neurology with supportive disciplines Anesthesia, Radiology, Lab Medicine(Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology, Blood Bank) Kitchen, CSSD & Laundry etc.
The approved allocation under Revenue head includes provision for the creation of new
posts of various categories, purchase of Equipments and machinery for different units of
the Hospital. As per Cabinet decision that this hospital will run by Delhi Govt. instead of
PPP mode. The hospital will be made operational during current year.
Target of 12th FYP Plan
Expansion & development of the hospital
10.
DELHI STATE CANCER INSTITUTE
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.82500.00 Lakh
: Rs.9000.00 Lakh
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
To develop a facility with international standards, which shall provide a comprehensive
and most modern set-up for the diagnosis and treatment of all types of cancers; an
advanced Institute for dedicated research and a resource for advanced training in the
field of Oncology. The Institute would provide world-class medical care for patients
suffering with cancers including screening/early detection and rehabilitation services, at
affordable costs matching with standards maintained by some of the best available
facilities in the field in India and abroad. The estimate cost of this project is of Rs. 74.27
crore. Second phase of the Delhi State Cancer Institute is proposed to be taken up in the
year 2012-13 so that its bed capacity may be increased from 150 to about 300 beds.
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ACHEIVEMENTS
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No of patients treated in 2011 is: In OPD 2,11,851,No. of new cases-8790 Lab
Investigations 3,65,040 Chemotherapy 16786(day care basis) and Radiation
treatment 1,31,557 Radio Investigations 56,726
64 bedded general ward, 29 bedded Private ward facilities have been commissioned.
Commissioning of modular Operation Theaters with ICU , Bone Marrow/Stem cell
Transplant facility, Frozen section completed in March-2012.
Commissioning of HDR Brachy therapy system- By March 2012
Procurement of equipments for Histopathology/IHC section – March 2012
Commissioning of Frozen section facility for Surgery cases modular Operation
Theaters with ICU , Bone Marrow/Stem cell Transplant facility, Frozen section shall
be completed in 2011-12
Installation of 3 linear accelerators with facilities for IMRT & IGRT with respiratory
gating features.
Commissioning of 5 part hematology counter with its back up unit.
Commissioning of Ultra modern Biochemistry Auto-analyzer system with daily
1800-2000 tests.
Commissioned Fully automated Microbiology Culture & Sensitivity System
Ultra- modern Operation theatre with ICU & Bone Marrow Transplant likely to be
operated by Jan 2012.
Commissioning of HDR Brach therapy / PET-CT, Gamma Camera and Cyclotron
expected mid 2012.
Targets for 12th Five Year Plan & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Community outreach and Mobil Cancer Detection Vans shall commence in 2012-13
Commissioning of 100-bedded indoor facilities comprising General Wards, Private
Wards and semi-Private Wards.
Commissioning of latest technology digital Imaging facilities (X-rays, CT Scan,
Mammography and Ultra sonography) networked through PACS and LAN
Commissioning of modern surgical facilities
Commissioning of additional linear accelerators with IGRT & IMRT facility.
Commissioning of ramp, lifts and basement.
Construction of additional block for expanding the inpatient facility to 500 beds with
matching increase in OPD services, surgical facility, radiation treatment facility, daycare facility and ICU facility during financial years 2011-14.
Establishing the chain of DELHI STATE CANCER INSTITUTEs in other regions of Delhi
(WEST/SOUTH/NORTH/CENTRAL)
Construction of IInd phase building of DSCI.
One more center of DSCI (West) will be set up at the Super Hospital, Janakpuri in
current year.
CENTRAL JAIL HOSPITAL
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
: Rs.200.00 Lakh
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The Central Jail Hospital located in Jail No. 3 is having 150 beds. Besides this, about 90
observation beds are also functional in other jails.
Targets for the 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Strengthening of control room & infrastructure.
Central jail hospitals & dispensaries provide primary health care to around 11500
prisoners lodged in Central jail complex
The total work load consists of around 2000 OPD patients, 40-50 emergency calls in
evening in jail.
In addition, there is 10 bedded medical observations cum inspection room in every
jail except jail no. 1&2.
ARUNA ASAF ALI HOSPITAL
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.12000.00 Lakh
: Rs.2200.00 Lakh
ARUNA ASAF ALI HOSPITAL is 100 bedded hospital situated at Rajpur Road . This
Hospital is providing services like OPD and IPD, 24&7 Casualty services, Labour Room
services, Investigation facilities, ENT, Ortho, Eye, dental, Gynae & Obst. Mortuary,
Dialysis facility etc and 60 bedded Hospital known as Poor House Hospital situated at
Sewa Kutir, Kingsway Camp is also a branch of this hospital.
Targets for the 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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For opening of New Deptt. Like Skin & VD, Microbiology, Psychiatry,
Procurement of new equipments.
Addition / Adulteration in the existing buildings
I.H.B.A.S
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.50000.00 Lakh
: Rs.8000.00 Lakh
Introduction
Institute of Human Behavior & Allied Sciences (IBHAS) is one of the largest super
specialties tertiary care centers in Delhi for neurological and psychiatric illness will
equal emphasis on teaching, training and research. Institute provides holistic care to
patients through multidisciplinary approach where patients are attended on by a team
of experts. It involves not only patient care but also includes rehabilitation, education
caregivers and the community. The total number of sanctioned beds in IHBAS is 500.
Functional beds are 346 [Department of Psychiatry – 262 beds, Department of
Neurology – 54 beds and Department of Neurosurgery – 30 beds]. In the calendar year
of 2010, total patients registered = 3.3 Lac in outpatient services , 18963 nos. of patients
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availed emergency services and 3512 nos. of patients received indoor services in
various specialties. Kitchen Department cater to an average 305 inpatients per day
during the year 2010-11.
Strengthening of departments
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NEUROSURGERY
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Expansion of Ph-II of IHBAS
3.3 lakh patients availed themselves of the outpatient services
Special Clinic in OPD like Child and Adolescent Psychiatric, Mental Retardation,
Marital and Psychosexual, Tobacco Cessation, Neuro behavior, Drug Abuse
Treatment, Movement Disorder, Epilepsy Clinics.
To start OPD Services catering to all neurosurgical disorders with 54 bedded
wards for general neurosurgical, post traumatic and pediatric neurosurgical
patients.
To develop 24 hours emergency services with Operation Theatre.
Purchase of equipments for Neurosurgery and Anesthesia.
Psychiatry Department
To start Occupational therapy, Neuro ICU Services and Day Care Services.
Installation of Digital Radiography System, Digital Mobile X Ray Unit, PET CT
Scanner, Echo Color Doppler Machine, PACS, TESLA MRI.
To start geriatric psychiatry ward (20 beds) to apply for increase in MD
(Psychiatry) seats to DU/MCI/GOI.
To Increase seats in DM (Neurology) .
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Medical Genetic Laboratory
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To set up a medical genetics lab and to perform molecular biology procedures required
for the diagnosis of Neurological and Psychiatry disorders.
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Starting of new centers:
• Centre for human behavior research
• Centre for Ayurvedic and Yoga Research
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New Building
Auditorium with institute library
Kitchen
OPD Extension
Dharamshala
Garbage bin and incinerator
Neurosurgery Block
Faculty Block
Emergency Services
The institute offers 24-hours emergency services in both psychiatry and neurology.
18963 nos. of patients availed the emergency services during the year.
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F.
Diagnostic Services
Radiology services in the form of 3.0 Tesia MRI, Color Doppler, Digital Subtractions
Angiography, Ultrasound and X-Ray. As of now, IHBAS is the only government institute
in Delhi to have a 3.0 Tesla MRI.
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Out Reach Services for Homeless Mentally ill Persons
10319 persons from the community attended the mobile clinic. IHBAS provides most of
the medicines to the patients attended the clinic, free of cost. Currently community
outreach services are extended to five districts across Delhi State i.e. Chattarpur
(South), Jahangirpuri (North-West), Dwarka (South-West), Timarpur (North),
Motinagar (West) and Mobile Health Clinic for homeless near Jama Masjid.
14.
GURU NANAK EYE CENTRE
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.4500.00 Lakh
: Rs.800.00 Lakh
The Eye department was administratively separated from LN hospital on 01/03/1985
with completion of new ward block. At present the total bed strength is 212 for which
184 general beds + 28 private beds.
ACHIEVEMENTS
• Started functioning of new OT and administrative block.
• Started functioning of private ward with 28 beds (A.C & NON A.C)
• Procurement of equipments like microscope, Slit Lamps, Pacoima Machines.
• Upgraded of investigation Lab.
• Started functioning of auditorium having 25 sitting capacity.
14.1 Expansion of GNEC
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1000.00 Lakh
: Rs.200.00 Lakh
Target for 12th FYP
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Renovation of OPD block of phase III
Installation of ETP
C/o Waiting hall for patients
C/o GNEC PH-IV Building.
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14.2 Staff & Equipments
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.3000.00 Lakh
: Rs.510.00 Lakh
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
• Procurement of equipments
• Creation & filling up of posts.
14.3
Establishment of new units/courses
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.280.00 Lakh
: Rs.50.00 Lakh
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
• Setting up of EDP cell
• Computerization of OPD, IPD, OT Eye Bank and Medical Record of GNEC
• Eye Care Training Centre
14.4 Eye Donation Project
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
(A)
: Rs.30.00 Lakh
: Rs.6.00 Lakh
Eye Bank Services Blindness prevention
Myopia and other refractive errors are the cause of visual deficiencies in young
individuals. One fourth of the patients at OPD, GNEC have poor vision due to refractive
vision. As more and more patients from lower average socio-economic status visit our
centre.
(B)
Stg. of Eye Donation awareness project
Eye donation project for Delhi is being proposed to motivate and to increase the
awareness of the need for the eye donation after the death. This may in the process
facilities for actual donation of the much needed eyes and corneas for the Corneal
Transplantation.
(C)
Computerization in GNEC
14.5 Cataract Free Delhi [Motiabind Mukti Abhiyan)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.190.00 Lakh
: Rs.34.00 Lakh
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The main objective of the project would be to reduce prevalence of blindness by
culminating the cataract backlog in Delhi. Basically, the scheme is governed by the
Deptt. of H&FW, GNCT of Delhi and the same is executed at the end of this Centre after
receiving a direction in this regard from H&FW Department.
To improve the quality of cataract surgery and to strengthen the capacity to provide
high volume, high quality and low cost cataract surgery through government, nongovernment and private sector collaboration. The Cataract operations camp is to be
organized across Delhi to provide free lenses and surgical facility for cataract eradation.
15.
LOK NAYAK HOSPITAL
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.69000.00 Lakh
: Rs.12000.00 Lakh
Lok Nayak Hospital formerly known as Irwin Hospital was established in the year 1936
with bed strength of 320. The bed strength of this hospital is around 2200 beds after
completion of Orth block, Ward block and Emergency Block. The Medical Care facilities
in Lok Nayak Hospital have developed from general to specialized and superspecialized.
15.1 Direction & Administration
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
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: Rs.1600.00 Lakh
Creation & Filling up of posts under the various categories for all deptts. of the
Hospital
15.2 Purchase of Machinery & Equipment
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.39000.00 Lakh
: Rs.6500.00 Lakh
With the use of sophisticated machinery and equipments, the hospital stay of the indoor
patients can be reduced substantially resulting the size of waiting list. With the use of
latest Equipments, operating time is also reduced.
15.3 Addition and Alternation/Renovation of the Existing Building:
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.8660.00 Lakh
: Rs.1500.00 Lakh
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The hospital is functioning in a very old structure, which requires regular maintenance
to accommodate new specialties and installation of new machinery. Thus the
alternation/Renovation of the Existing Building is essential.
15.4 Construction of Orthopedics Block - This project is completed.
15.5 Transport System
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.400.00 Lakh
: Rs.70.00 Lakh
15.6 Computerization of Hospital Services
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1800.00 Lakh
: Rs.144.00 Lakh
15.7 Projects for Waste Management
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
: Rs.180.00 Lakh
15.8 Prevention Of Hearing Impairment To School Going Children
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.25.00 Lakh
: Rs.5.00 Lakh
15. 9 Construction of New OPD Block
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.2540.00 Lakh
: Rs.1500.00 Lakh
EFC has already approved Rs.56.66 crore for this project and the construction work has
already been started and is expected to be completed during 2012-13.
15.10 Library and Re-Creation Club for Welfare of Hospital Staff
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.6.00 Lakh
: Rs.1.00 Lakh
15.11 C/o Multi –level parking – This scheme is dropped
15.12 C/o Oncology, radiology & Admn.cum Doctors- This scheme is dropped
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15.13 C/o Burn/Disaster & external Development - This scheme is dropped
15.14 C/o staff Quarters- This scheme is dropped
15.15 Construction of the Medical Gas Pipeline for New Ward block
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1400.00 Lakh
: Rs.200.00 Lakh
15.16 Construction of 7-Modular OTs for Orthopedic block
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
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: Rs.1400.00 Lakh
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
SHUSHRUT TRAUMA CENTER
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.6000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1000.00 Lakh
The proposed outlay is to be utilized for purchase of machinery and equipments, to
meet the salary expenditure, replacement of old Machine, and other day to day
expenditure of the centre and renovation of building.
17.
MAULANA AZAD MEDICAL COLLEGE
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.43000.00 Lakh
: Rs.6000.00 Lakh
Maulana Azad Medical College and Associated Hospitals complex consist of four integral
units, namely Maulana Azad Medical College, Lok Nayak Hospital, Govind Ballabh Pant
Hospital and Guru Nanak Eye Centre. This College was established 23 years after the
commissioning of the Irwin Hospital a well established general hospital drawing
patients mainly from Delhi and from neighboring states. The college made its humble
beginning in hospital block of Irwin (Lok Nayak) hospital in 1958. In 1964, Govind
Ballabh Pant Hospital was added to the complex to provide training facilities Super
specialties. The Guru Nanak Eye Centre came into existence on 20th December, 1977
with the commissioning of separate out patient department for ophthalmic diseases.
The ward for the indoor patients was added in 1986. The long awaited demand of the
residents of Union Territory of Delhi for Dental Wing was met with the establishment of
separate Dental Wing in 1983.The steady growth of MAMC is the outcome of sound
tradition established by the leadership in the formative years, reinforced with a
relentless and continuing struggle by the dedicated faculty and the disciplined students.
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17.1 Additional Staff in MAM College
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.6500.00 Lakh
: Rs.1000.00 Lakh
The Scheme aims at providing adequate additional staff in MAM College according to the
norms laid down by Medical Council of India
17.2 Expansion of existing facilities
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
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: Rs.530.00 Lakh
Up gradation of Library
Security Services in MAMC
Re-Orientation of Medical Education (ROME)
Procurement of special equipments for up-gradation
Creation of posts.
Strengthening of Mortuary services in Delhi.
Starting of Embalming facility in Anatomy deptt. of MAMC.
Recreation facilities for staff of the college.
17.3 Up-gradation / Modernization of MAM College
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
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: Rs.540.00 Lakh
Students Welfare and counseling.
Communication facilities.
Computerization of labs and offices
Modernization of various departments.
Invitro Fertilization & Reproductive Biology Unit.
Establishment of Rehabilitation Centre in the Deptt. of Orthopedics and starting of B.
Sc OT/PT course at MAMC.
Setting up of advanced Virology Lab. With H1N1 Diagnostics facility in Microbiology
Deptt., MAMC
17.5 Expansion of Medical Education
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.350.00 Lakh
: Rs.74.00 Lakh
To undertake the training & workshops of the different Deptts. of MAMC.
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17.6 Expansion of Medical Research
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.150.00 Lakh
: Rs.30.00 Lakh
To continue with the research work being under taken by the faculty / PG students in
different departments of the college.
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Studies/Research Activities undertaken by the various deptts. of MAMC
Stipend /Scholarships For PG students
17.7 Additional / Alteration / Renovation of Buildings
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.5000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1290.00 Lakh
17.8 Estt. of Dte. of Medical Education – this scheme is dropped.
17.9 Setting up new Neonatology Deptt.
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10.00 Lakh
: Rs.2.00 Lakh
17.10 Setting up new Pulmonary Deptt.
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.5.00 Lakh
: Rs.1.00 Lakh
17.11 Expansion of MAMC
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.24910.00 Lakh
: Rs.2501.00 Lakh
The college was established way back in the year 1958 with an annual intake of 50
undergraduates which has now gone up to 250 MBBS students. The Annual intake
capacity in MAMC for MBBS Courses has been increased from 180 to 270 for under
graduate course.
For this purpose, the additional inputs will have to be provided in terms of expansion of
college building i.e. construction of more Lecture Theatres, Laboratories, Hostels,
Auditorium/Conference or Seminar Halls etc. and additional faculty in accordance with
the MCI norms.
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Expansion Cost of New Hostel Block
Construction of New Academic Block
Construction of Convention Centre with State of Art facilities
Expansion of Bank cum Guest House
Extension building to present B.L. Taneja Block
Renovation and beautification of present building of M.A.M. College.
New Administrative Block
Car Parking
Residential Block.
17.13 Child Development Centre
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.200.00 Lakh
: Rs.30.00 Lakh
To establish a child development and early intervention centre at MAMC and associated
Hospitals. Child Development Centre is providing the treatment to the children with
help of specialty doctors who are suffering like mental retardation, cerebral palsy,
ADHD etc. CDC will became centre of training to under graduate MBBS, PG students in
pediatric in the field of psychologists, Physiotherapists, occupational and speech
therapists, etc.
Target for 12th FYP
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To procure of Equipments
Creation of posts.
17.14
STG. & UPGRADATION OF MAMC FOR INCREASE OF PG SEATS IN VARIOUS
DEPTTS. OF MAMC UNDER CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME OF GOVT OF
INDIA, MIN. OF H&FW.
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10.00 Lakh
: Rs.1.00 Lakh
Under the new scheme, Govt. of India, Minister of Health & Family Welfare has proposed
to provide central grant to all State Govt. Medical Colleges in the country during XIth
Five Year Plan with a view to upgrade the teaching facilities for Post Graduate studies
by increasing in PG seats/starting of new PG courses in various disciplines in the
medical colleges.
As per the funding pattern of Central grant the financial support upto Rs. 50.00 Crore is
provided to each Govt. Medical College to upgrade the infrastructure required for
increase of PG seats/starting of new PG course which includes the procurement of
modern equipments, up gradation of labs, salary component of additional manpower
required under the above Centrally sponsored scheme , the financial grant of Govt. of
India, Ministry of Health & FW will be one time grant which will be given in the first
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year in two installments for the proposed increase of PG seats only after obtaining the
consent of State Govt. to share of 25% of the total cost of project which includes the
cost of equipment, development of labs and salary component of additional manpower
required for the said purpose. The recurring cost towards salary component and AMCs
of the equipments procured for these seats, for the subsequent years will be borne by
the State Govt.
17.15 Up gradation of Deptt. of Community Medicine (Setting up of school of
public health)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
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: Rs.5.00 Lakh
: Rs.1.00 Lakh
Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.26000.00 Lakh
: Rs.4200.00 Lakh
Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya is being developed as 216 bedded Super Specialty
Pediatric hospital to provide preventive and curative services to children up to age of 12
years. This is planned to be a teaching hospital affiliated to MAM College. In phase I, Post
Graduate students in Pediatric Medicine (10 MD + 5 DCH) and Pediatric Surgery (MCH
2) to be enrolled. Recently Delhi University has affiliated CNBC and given permission to
start post graduate courses in MD Pediatrics, MCH Ped surgery. CNBC has been granted
NABH accreditation. Every year, hospital is providing the medical services about 1 lakh
patient in OPD and 6000 patients in IPD. Hospital is also providing Round Clock
Emergency services, IPD with 216 beds with. PICU, NICU, OT , Lab facility with 24&7 ,
EEG & BERA , Blood storage facility , Dialysis services and all kinds of Neo natal &
Pediatric surgeries.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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C/o 1250 sq.m allotted land for patient waiting area.
Allotment of additional land (2.65 acres) lying opposite CNBC.
Expansion of Neonatal services with additional 15 beds
Child Development Centre
Procurement of Machinery & Equipments
To provide Teaching and Research Faculty in Pediatric
Training of staff for latest treatment Technologies.
To start the blood storage facility.
MAULANA AZAD INSTITUTE Of DENTAL SCIENCES
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.14000.00 Lakh
: Rs.2100.00 Lakh
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The Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences is situated in the heart of the city in
MAMC complex. It began its humble journey in 1983 as a Department of MAMC when
the first BDS batch was started. In 2003 , The Dental Wing was separated from MAMC
and was granted independent department status under Government of NCT of Delhi and
named �Maulana Azad Institute of Dental College and Hospital’ . It shifted to its
newly constructed eight stories building in 2005. In October 2006, it was made an
Autonomous Organization of Govt. of Delhi with the name “Maulana Azad Institute of
Dental Sciences”. It celebrated its Silver Jubilee in 2008.
The MAIDS has become the first Dental College & Hospital in India to get the very
prestigious �Accreditation’ of NABH. It is also the Second Delhi Government Hospital in
Delhi to achieve this distinction. MAIDS has also received the �FICCI Excellence Award’
for 2011.
Achievements of 11th FYP 2007-12
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Number of BDS seats increased from 20 to 40 seats.
MDS courses started in following specialties like Prosthodontics, Conservative
Dentistry, Orthodontics, Periodontics and Oral Surgery.
Purchased of equipments like Anesthesia, Dental laser and Surgical Saw and Drill
Machine.
Automatic Hematology Cell Counter & Biometric and Hematology Analyzer.
Prosthodontics, CAD-CAM and Anesthesiology Labs were started.
2 Indoor Wards with 5 beds each – one Male ward and one Female ward started
functioning.
Started Gas pipe line on all Floors
Started functioning of Major & Minor OTs
Targets for the 12th FYP 2012-17
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C/o 2nd phase of MAIDS building.
Increase in nos. of BDS seats from 40 to 63
Introduction of MDS Course in 3-4 Dental Specialties.
Setting up of Satellite Dental Centers.
Setting up of New Lab
Purchase of equipments
Creation of posts
Estt. of New Deptts. i.e Cosmetic Dentistry , Forensic Odonotlogy, Implant logy and
Laser Tech. etc.
G.B. PANT HOSPITAL
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.49000.00 Lakh
: Rs.9000.00 Lakh
Govind Ballabh Pant Hospital was established in the year 1964 with bed strength of 229
beds as a Tertiary Care Referral Center for Cardiac and Neurological disorders. The
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present bed strength of the hospital is 622 beds and the bed capacity will be increased
from 622 beds to 782 beds which includes 211 ICU beds. G.B. Pant Hospital is the only
Delhi Govt. teaching institution for post Doctoral training Programs affiliated to
University of Delhi till date. The institution offers Post – Doctoral D.M. Degree in
Cardiology, Neurology, and Gastroenterology. Similarly ,it also offers M.Ch. Degree in
Cardio thoracic Surgery, Neuro Surgery and Gastrointestinal Surgery.
20.1 & 20.2 Expansion /Renovation of Hospital
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
1.
Construction of EDP cell cum OPD block (G+7) is almost completed with an
estimated cost of Rs. 64.02 Crore. The date of commencement of construction of this
project was Jan. 2006. Ground to fourth floor have been handed over and made
functional and remaining 5th, 6th & 7th floor are to be handed over March 2012 and
work of connecting corridors to be completed May 2012. AR Deptt. has been
recommended for creation of Posts of the various categories for smooth functioning of
for newly constructed OPD Block. Now the Beds capacity will be increased from 601
beds to 700 beds.
Targets for the 12th FYP
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To Complete of remaining works of EDP cum OPD block .
To Start the Construction of nurses Hostel cum Training Centre
To Start the Construction of Community Centre.
For setting up of Sump well for ETP plant
Renovation / addition/alternation of the existing structure of the hospital.
20.3
Expansion of existing services
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.7050.00 Lakh
: Rs.1300.00 Lakh
AIM / OBJECTIVE / JUSTIFICATION:
To create additional manpower for strengthening the different depts. as well as for
addition of other facilities in the hospital.
Targets of 12th FYP
New Proposals for XII five plan to be send to AR Department by concerned departments
for creation of additional manpower of various departments.
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Targets of Annual Plan 2012-13
To strengthen different departments by creating additional manpower after approval
from AR Department.
20.4
Setting up of EDP Cell
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
: Rs.60.00 Lakh
Target of 12th Five-Year Plan:
MOU has been signed between Govt. of NCT of Delhi with C-DAC Noida, for Development
of advance computerization of various deptt. of this Hospital. .
20.5 Purchase of Machinery & Equipment (Rs.4745.00 Lakh)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
: Rs.26500.00 Lakh
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.5355.00 Lakh
To procure various type of material supply & machinery equipment to keep abreast
with the scientific development & ultramodern technical invention in the field of
diagnosis & patient care.
Targets for the 12th FYP
To purchase Material, machinery and equipments to upgrade the facilities of hospital
20.6 Security Cell, Pvt. Sanitation & Laundry
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.3000.00 Lakh
: Rs.650.00 Lakh
20.7 Setting up of Liver Transplant Unit : (Rs.3000 lakh for 12th FYP and Rs. 650
lakh for 2012-13)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
: Rs.250.00 Lakh
AIM, OBJECTIVE & JUSTIFICATION:
Liver transplantation is an established mode of treatment of advances and end-stage
liver disease. Thousands of liver transplants have been done with excellent results all
over the world. With the “Brain-Death” law being passed by the Indian Government in
1995, liver transplantation has become possible in India too. There is no established
Center for liver transplant in India though few case have attempted all over the country.
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G.B. Pant Hospital has the infrastructure required for starting such a programme. A
trained surgical team, intensive care experience and laboratory service exist.
Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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To start Liver Transplant Programme
Setting up of the Cadaveric donation programme
To start the Pancreas and small bowel transplant programme.
Strengthening of advance Laparoscopic procedures for hepato- biliary and luminal
surgeries and existing manpower.
20.8 24 Hr. Emergency Services (including CT Scan & MRI Unit)
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.500.00 Lakh
: Rs.100.00 Lakh
New 16 Slice and 256 cardiac CT has been installed and fully functional.
20.9 VIP Care Center and Red Alert Department
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.50.00 Lakh
: Rs.10.00 Lakh
20.10 Bio Medical Waste Management Cell
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
21.
: Rs.400.00 Lakh
: Rs.75.00 Lakh
CENTRALIZED ACCIDENT TRAUMA SERVICES
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10000.00 Lakh
: Rs.1000.00 Lakh
Centralized Accident and Trauma Services started pre hospital care ambulance services
under Government of NCT of Delhi in the year 1991. It was constituted as a registered
society receiving 100% Grant-in-Aid from Delhi Govt. Before Common Wealth Games
2010, CATS was operating with 35 Ambulances only. Many of these are quite old and
need to be condemned, now CATS has only 10 ambulances .During CWG 2010, 31 new
(21 ALS +10 bls) Force Tempo Traveler ambulances were procured by Health
department, GNCTD, and handed over to CATS. Now total available Ambulances with
CATS = 41Nos (21 ALS +20 BLS). Each ambulance is equipped with wireless set. The
Central Control Room of CATS work on 24&7 and connected with Delhi Police and Fire
Control Room through Wireless connectivity. Each BLS Ambulance is manned by two
AAO with wireless communication & Emergency First-Aid. In 2011 (till Nov.) 60630
calls of emergencies/accidents were attended. 2106 pregnant women are transported
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to hospital of their choice free of cost in 2011. To provide ambulance service on
disasters, deployments of Ambulance on national festivals like Republic Day,
Independence Day, Diwali, Holi, International events etc. CAT ambulance services fleet
will be expanded with purchase of addition of 70 new ambulances in the current year
2012-13
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
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22.
Reaching the site of accident at the earliest possible time.
To provide first-aid and to do emergency management at the site of accident.
Quick and safe transportation of the patient to the hospital.
To give knowledge about first-aid through demonstrations and Training of Public in
first-aid.
To liaise with other organization as Delhi Fire Service, Delhi Police Hospitals and
other civic bodies and any other government agency for the benefit of and care of
the accident victim.
S.G.M.HOSPITAL
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.27500.00 Lakh
: Rs.5500.00 Lakh
300 bedded Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital is under special component plan with the
objective to provide medical facilities to nearby inhabitants of J.J. Clusters and
resettlement colonies of Mangol puri, Sultan puri, Nangloi and many unauthorized
colonies. Hospital is providing medical facilities in all major discipline, Round the clock
emergency services along with Labour Room, ICU, Nursery, Casualty, Pathological
Radiological, and Blood bank OTs etc. Deptt of H & FW has approved for up gradation of
this hospital upto 500 beds. The Consultant Appointment committee has appointed the
Consultant M/s Hospitech Management Pvt. Ltd to provide the consultancy for c/o
additional block of 200 bedded in this hospital.
Targets for the 12 FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13
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C/o New block of 200 beds
To start the 8 bedded ICU and Gas pipe line in hospital.
To start Computerization of Hospital services
Up-gradation of present blood bank services to 24 hours services.
Creation and filling up of posts
Opening of Dynamic Lab.
To procure CT Scan, MRI and surgical equipments,
To Start the Trauma Center and Dialysis unit
To start the Endoscopy and 4 bedded CC Unit, Anti Rabies and STD Clinic
To Procure of Ambulance with advance life support.
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23.
DR. BABA SAHEB AMBEDKAR HOSPITAL, ROHINI
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.40000.00 Lakh
: Rs.4900.00 Lakh
Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital is planned as a 500 bedded multi-disciplinary
general hospital with facilities of super specialties. The hospital is located on 29.4 acres
of land situated at Sector-6, Rohini for providing health care services to the residents of
North and North West Delhi. At present the hospital is functioning with 540 beds
including 12 bedded ICU & CCU, OTs, Labs, and Blood Banks etc. The House Keeping
services, Kitchen services, Security services, Laundry services, Pest control services,
Class IV and OPD Registration are being provided through out sourcing. The hospital is
providing services like, Out Patient Department, Afternoon Clinics, Emergency Services,
Laboratory Diagnostic Facility, Radio Diagnostic Facility, Blood Bank, In Patient
Department, OT Services with 6 OTs, ICU & CCU, Dialysis Services, Mortuary Services,
Ambulance Facility.
Physical Target for 12 th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
•
Expansions of Hospital with addition of 250 beds new block having super speciality
and Nursing Home facilities.
Computerization of Hospital services
To start the Pulmonology, Pediatric surgery, Gasteroentology services.
Commissioning of Blood Bank as Regional Blood Bank Centre.
Expansion of Radiological Services
To install the C T Scan
23.1 C/o 150 seats Medical College in Complexes of BSA Hospital, Rohini
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.10000.00 Lakh
: Rs.300.00 Lakh
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
To Start the temporary structure for Medical College. To obtain the NOC from MCI, for
starting the construction of Medical college buildings.
24.
PLANNING & MONITORING CELL IN HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.1200.00 Lakh
: Rs.200.00 Lakh
Medical & Public Health Department, now also known as Health & Family Welfare
department, is a part of Delhi Government Secretariat and functioning within the
administrative control of GAD like other Department of the secretariat. Keeping in view
the massive increase in work load of the medical and public health department with the
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increase in health care infrastructure, a separate plan scheme “Setting up of Planning &
Monitoring Unit” was initiated under plan in the year 1995-96 and thus the Planning &
Monitoring unit was set up in the year 1995-96 with the creation of post of one Dy.
Secretary ( Ex – Cadre), Office Supdt., Assistant, Statistical Asstt. And other supporting
staff including steno, LDC and peon etc with the approval of the competent authority.
The work of the Planning & Monitoring Cell has increased manifold due to
increase in the number of hospitals/Dispensaries. One post of Joint Director in the pay
scale o Rs.12000-375-16500 along with other supporting staff is also required to be
created.
25.
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS OF DELHI :
MCD has been trifurcated into three Corporations (i) North Delhi Municipal
Corporation (ii) South Delhi Municipal Corporation (iii) East Delhi Municipal
Corporation .The plan out lay for all corporations wise plan outlay for 12th FYP and
Annual Plan 2012-13 is as under :-
12th FYP (2012-17) Plan Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
100000
67252
12137
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
15000
9902
1722
3376
EDMC
20611
Municipal Corporation of Delhi provides comprehensive health care facilities to the
population of Delhi through its vast network of general hospitals, specialized hospitals,
and dispensaries of Allopathic, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Unani and Naturopathy etc.
Besides, it has a major role to play in the field of Public Health for prevention of various
communicable and vector borne diseases like cholera, gastroenteritis, malaria and
dengue etc and also implements various National Disease Control programme like TB
Control, AIDS Control, Blindness control. It also collaborates with State Health Mission
for implementation of NRHM, and various schemes like JSY, JSSK and ASHA etc.
Other major role being played i.e setting up and maintenance of cremation grounds,
licensing of Food establishments, ensuring food hygiene, health education, registration
of births & deaths etc.
Besides major hospitals, there are 33 Maternity Homes and 147 Maternal and Child
Welfare Centers with 51 sub-centers and 105 health posts.
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223 Dispensaries ( including Allopathic and Ayush)
10 polyclinics
05 Primary Health Centers
04 Colony Hospitals, 2 Ayurvedic Hospitals and 07 Panchkarma Hospitals.
10 Chest Clinics.
Special Clinics
10 T B Clinics, 15 Anti-Rabies clinics and 10 Zonal clinics of school Health.
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Targets for 12 th FYP (2012-17).
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Commissioning of Medical College and Hospital at RBIPMT
Up gradation of GLM hospital to 250 bedded General Hospital
Starting of Multi Specialty block in Hindu Rao Hospital
Up gradation of MVID hospital
Commissioning of reconstructed Colony Hospitals
Nursing Schools in SDN Hospital and RBIPMT
Commissioning of Gas pipe lines in SDN Hospital and RBIPMT
To increase the bed capacity at the rate of 200 beds per year in the existing beds
capacity
To Introduce the Patient Registration Module (.i.e. Single registration of patients)
across all health institutions of MCD
Setting up of 100 bedded hospital at Kalka ji, Lajpat Nagar & Tilak Nagar
To develop the CEASE-TB software for exclusively for Tuberculosis to cover the TB
Patients.
Strengthening and up gradation the Maternity Homes to improve the Institutional
deliveries.
Thalassemia Control Program has been started in 04 major hospitals, maternity
homes and 04 colony hospitals.
To establish of ETPs in six major hospitals
To establish the full fledged training centre at Rohini for providing the training of
or doctors and para medical staffs in e-governance and CME programme.
Up gradation of 04 colony hospitals and 12 Polyclinics.
To start the construction of numbers of new health facilities at primary level :•
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•
Maternity Homes at Mundka, M&CW at Nizampur,Gherva, Tuglakabad and Tikkri
Kalan,
New Polyclinics at Nizamudin Basti, Bara Hindu Rao and re-construction of
existing Polyclinics at Sadar Thana , Bawana.
Estt. Of New Chest Clinic at Shahbad Dairy and re-construction of the existing chest
clinic at Pilli Kothi, Moti Nagar
Estt. of new Homoeopathic dispensaries at Nangloi, Karawal nagar and Aya Nagar.
To intensify the School Health Services through additional doctors, specialists,
mobile clinics.
Corporation wise/plan scheme wise plan outlay in 12th FYP (2012-17) and
Annual Plan 2012-13 is as under :25.1 Hindu Rao Hospital (North Delhi Municipal Corporation)
12th FYP
( 2012-17)
Plan Outlay
17850
Name of Local Bodies
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
59
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan
2012-13
Approved Outlay
2200
It is a 980 bedded multi-specialty major referral hospital covered under North Delhi
Municipal Corporation and its provide tertiary health care facilities to about 20 lakh
population of the surrounding areas. It has all the major specialties and specialized
departments like a well-equipped C.C.U., Cardiac Lab., I.C.U., N.I.C.U., Renal Dialysis Unit,
Burns & Plastic Unit etc. The hospital provides Curative, Preventive and Rehabilitative
care in addition to training and teaching.
Achievements
• Intensive care unit expanded from 8 beds to 12 bedded ICU
• Upgraded pathology Deptt. with new equipments like Hematology Analyzer, and
Microtome
• Up graded ENT, neurology and skin deptt. with new equipments.
• Established Round the clock separate Emergency for Obst. & Gynae Casualty .
• Computerized OPD Registration, Admission & Discharge, Lab Investigations etc.
• Thalassemia Control program started
• 02 advance life support Ambulances have been procured under MPLAD funds
• New equipments like ECG Machines, Pulse Oxymeter for Peads, Hem Dialysis
Machine, EEG Machine have been purchased and commissioned.
• Started New CT Scan Services under PPP.
• Successfully managed of Swine Flu Epidemic cases.
Targets of Annual Plan 2012-13
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•
•
To start the Construction of Super Specialty Block of estimated of Rs 160 crore.
T0 start the 16 bedded out born NICU
Augmentation of water supply and Sewage management system of the hospital
To start the construction of ETP
To install the Liquid Oxygen Supply System.
Super specialty Services like Neurology, Cardiology, Urology .
DPCC has directed the hospital for installation of solar water heaters in lieu of
electric geysers.
Strengthening and up gradation of existing medical services.
25.2 Swami Daya Nand Hospital (East Delhi Municipal Corporation)
12th FYP
( 2012-17)
Plan Outlay
11300
Name of Local Bodies
East Delhi Municipal Corporation
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan
2012-13
Approved Outlay
2200
This is a 230 bedded general hospital in the trans-Yamuna area and covered under East
Delhi Municipal Corporation. It provides Medicare services not only to population of
East Delhi, but also from the neighboring areas of Uttar Pradesh. It has all the major
specialties e.g. Medicine, Surgery, Obs. & Gynae, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Eye, E.N.T.,
Dental, Pathology & Radiology services including C.T. Scan. Recently, adolescent clinic &
Skin Deptt. have been set up and Blood Bank services have also been upgraded.
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Targets for 12th FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13
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Expansion and Up gradation of existing services
Opening of Nursing school
To install the Medical Gas pipe line
Completion and Commissioning of 120 OBG bedded ward Block
Up gradation of Blood bank
Construction of Multipurpose block.
Purchase of equipments.
25.3 Kasturba Gandhi Hospital (North Delhi Municipal Corporation)
12th FYP
( 2012-17)
Plan Outlay
8500
Name of Local Bodies
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan
2012-13
Approved Outlay
1300
This is a modern, 480 bedded, fully equipped women’s and children including new born
babies hospital covered under North Delhi Municipal Corporation. It is a recognized
hospital for post graduation courses (D.G.O. & M.D.) in Obs. & Gynae & D.C.H. courses in
Pediatrics, D.N.B. in Obs. & Gynae and also for I.C.M.R. projects. It has a recognized
Nurses’ Training School too. It is proposed to upgrade the various services of the
hospital by provision of equipment and man-power.
Achievements
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New OPD Block Started with facilities for Gynae ,Medical and Pediatrices OPD
Started 04 bedded HDU in Medicine Deptt.
Started New OPD services in Ophthalmology ,ENT, Skin, and General Surgery.
Started ICU services in children ward.
Started services for patients suffering from Celiac disease.
Up graded the existing medical services
Targets for Annual Plan 2012-13
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Stg./ Up gradation of Nurses Training School.
Up gradation /expansion of existing services.
to start the Out born nursery
Improvement of existing medical department.
Setting of integrated Cancer Clinic with Pathology & Radiology.
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25.4 G.L.M. Hospital (North Delhi Municipal Corporation)
12th
Name of Local Bodies
FYP
( 2012-17)
Plan Outlay
6000
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan
2012-13
Approved Outlay
600
GLM Hospital is situated at Ajmeri Gate, this is a maternity hospital with 97 beds
covered under North Delhi Municipal Corporation. It is planned to convert this
hospital to Multi specialist General hospital with 250 beds. It conducts a large number of
deliveries and Obs. & Gynae surgeries.
In the continuing process of up-gradation of services, it is proposed to set up a N.I.C.U. in
the hospital so that new born babies who need nursery care may be admitted here only.
Presently these babies have to be sent to other hospitals.
Achievements
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Started NICU services
Extended OPD services in medical deptt.
Started the functioning of Casualty for 24&7 hours.
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
• To start the Construction of 250 bedded multispecialty hospital.
• Completion of OT Block
• Up gradation and expansion of hospital services.
25.5 Rajan Babu Instt. of Pulmonary Medicines and T.B. Hospital (North Delhi
Municipal Corporation)
Rs in Lakh
Name of Local Bodies
12th FYP
Annual Plan
( 2012-17)
2012-13
Plan Outlay
Approved Outlay
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
15000
3040
The Rajan Babu Institute of Pulmonary medicine and Tuberculosis (Formally RBTB
Hospital) established in 1935 is an 1155 bedded referral hospital. under North Delhi
Municipal Corporation. Now patients of respiratory disease other than TB are being
also being take up such as Bronchial asthma, COPD, Carcinoma Lung, Respiratory
allergy etc. are examined and treated. Management of MDR-Tuberculosis has also
started. It is also providing diagnostic & curative services to cases of Tuberculosis and
other chest diseases. Various services are available like OT, X-Ray. Pathology Lab, PFT
Lab, Physiotherapy etc.
It also provides teaching and training facilities for undergraduate students of various
medical colleges of Delhi, and post graduate students of M.D.(T.B. & Chest), D.T.C.D. of
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Delhi University. RBIPMT is a nodal center under RNTCP for management of DOTS plus
program of Govt. of India.
Achievements
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Opened new OPD block particularly cases of COPD, Br. Asthma , Allergic RHINITIS.
Completion of renovation of 2 male, 03 female wards and bronchoscopy unit
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
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To start the construction of building of Medical College
Up gradation of Radiology deptt, PFT Lab, bronchoscope unit
Purchase of latest equipments like anesthesia work station, Ultrasound machine,
PFT machine , Video bronchoscope, Automatic hematology analyzer
Purchase of Ambulances
Installation of oxygen pipeline.
25.6 Infectious Diseases Hospital (North Delhi Municipal Corporation)
12th
Name of Local Bodies
FYP
( 2012-17)
Plan Outlay
2900
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan
2012-13
Approved Outlay
350
This 227 bedded hospital for isolation of various infectious diseases like Cholera,
Plague, Diphtheria, Rabies, Measles etc. also serves as a training centre for
undergraduate medical students of various medical colleges of Delhi. It also conducts
training programs for medical officers and paramedical staff under National
Surveillance Program for communicable diseases.
Achievements
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Hospital Information system has been commissioned
Started 02 special OPD for ENT & Skin
Procured the equipments like Cardiac Monitor, ECG Machine, Pulse Oximeter,
CCTV, PCR system for Lab, Ultrasound machine, HDU for critically ill patients
Installed
ARV Center is fully functional for the animals bite cases.
Targets for Annual Plan 2012-13
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Installation of 500 ma X-Ray Machine and Automatic Film Developer.
Up gradation and expansion of existing medical services.
Complete renovation of OPD Bock with provisions of X-Ray Room and specialist
OPD.
Estt. of Oxygen Pipe Lines and Vacuum Air System.
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25.7 T.B. Control Program
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M.C.D. implements the Revised National T.B. Control Program (RNTCP) in Delhi. This
program is implemented through a network of Chest Clinics, DOTS Centers and
hospitals. It is proposed to set up Chest Clinics at Shahbad Daulatpur, Najafgarh and
Badarpur area so that patients from these areas do not have to travel long distances.
Achievements
• Procured the equipments like bronchoscope, spirometer to chest clinics.
• New Chest Clinic at Bijwasan is ready
Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
A. North Delhi Municipal Corporation
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C/o Chest Clinic at Shahabad , Moti nagar, Holambi , Sultan puri
C/o new chest clinics at SPM Marg, Jhandewalan.
Procurement of equipments
B. South Delhi Municipal Corporation
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C/o Chest Clinic at Nehru nagar,Bijwasan,
Procurement of equipments.
C. East Delhi Municipal Corporation
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Up grading & strengthening of Chest Clinic at Pahar Ganj.
Procurement of equipments for Chest Clinic for Shahdara and Pahar Ganj.
Total
4000
12th FYP (2012-17)
Plan Outlay
NDMC
SDMC
2400
700
[Rs. in Lakh]
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
500
350
50
100
EDMC
900
25.8 Colony Hospitals/Polyclinics Primary Health Centers / Dispensaries Etc.
,
Achievements
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New polyclinics opened at Shakarpur, Nangloi,Masjid Morh,Narela & Alipur.
Dispensaries opened at Siddharth basti, Sarai Kale Khan, Singalpur, Kasturba Nagar,
Rajeev Nagar and Hamidpur
Purchased 5 New Mobile Vans from MPLAD Funds.
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Targets for the Annual Plan 2012-13
A.
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•
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
To set up 100 bedded hospital at Balak Ram.
Completion of building of Karala and Indira Nagar
Up gradation of existing dispensaries / polyclinic/ PHC building.
Procurement of equipments.
B. South Delhi Municipal Corporation
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To set up 100 bedded hospital at Tilak Nagar, Lajpat Nagar and Kalkaji.
Up gradation of existing dispensaries at Uttam Nagar / polyclinic / PHC building.
Procurement of equipments.
C. East Delhi Municipal Corporation
• Establishment of allopathic dispensary at Balbir Nagar, Mayur Vihar, Gamari and
Sugndha Nursing home .
• To strengthen the facilities in the existing dispensaries, polyclinic and PHC buildings.
• Procurement of equipments.
12th FYP (2012-17) Plan Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
12500
5950
4250
25.9 School Health Scheme
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
2800
1250
1000
550
EDMC
2300
To provide comprehensive health services to all (about-9.00 lakh) children studying in
the schools run by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi with the aim to promote positive
health ,create health awareness and provide a healthy environment to prevent
communicable diseases by organizing check-up of the children for early diagnosis, quick
referral, follow- up and treatment. The Department provides its services by virtue of 12
peripheral units, one in each zone of MCD.
Achievements
In the year 2010
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•
•
•
•
•
Total Nos. of Children examined
=
7,52,648
Out of this, Nos Children treated
=
2,87,910
Nos. Children referred
=
92,677
Injection Tetanus Toxoid
=
1, 28,657 Children of vth class
Injection Diphtheria and Tetanus
=
39,802 children of Ist class
health Awareness
=
8,86181 Children & Teachers
Spectacles issued
=
1646 children
Hearing Aids issued
=
29 Children
Organized Thalassemia Control program and Anemia control Programme
Filled up Dengue Home Work Card of 2 lakh school Children of Class V & IV
37 Comprehensive health camps organized.
Conducted 1260 Training programmes for Medical, Nursing, ANMs, Anaganwadi
workers, NGOs and teachers etc.
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Total
400
12th FYP (2012-17)Plan Outlay
NDMC
SDMC
177
132
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
40
22
12
6
EDMC
91
25.10 Maternity & Child Welfare Centers
M. & C.W. Deptt. provides Maternal & Child Welfare services viz. Antenatal care, Post
natal care, Infant care including complete immunization from 0-5 years, institutional
deliveries, domiciliary midwifery services, toddler care and R.C.H. program through a
large network of Maternity Homes and M.& C.W. Centers.
To provide the I.E.C. component in all the Maternity Homes, prepare Audio/ Video
publicity materials and conduct educational activities through seminars, C.M.Es and
workshops etc.
Primary health services are being provided through MTY Home/M&CW Centers of
M&CW section. There are 34 Mty. Home, 151 M&CW health centers , 38 Sub-centers , 11
Mobil , 6 PP units, 28 FW Centers , 27 ICDS projects in operation from which the
services are being provide i.e Instructional deliveries, Immunization, Family planning
methods, Diarrhea/ARI prevention , outreach services at door step.
Achievements
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Started 02 new maternity homes at Shakurpur, Rohini Sec-3
Started new maternity Centers at Binda pur, Hastsal, Hastsal transit camp,
Hirankundna, Baprola and Bijwasan
Ayurvedic- Started New Dispensaries at Shalimar Bagh and Mandawali
Unanai: - Added 07 new Dispensaries at Chandrawal Nagar, Inderlok Sultanpuri,
Taimoor Nagar, Okhla Ph-II, Vishwas Nagar & Shalimar Bagh
Homoeopathy:- Opened new Dispensaries at Deputy Ganj, Jahagirpuri,Singlapur,
Gautam Puri, Pratap Nagar and Kesavpuram
Target 2012-13
A.
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•
B.
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•
North Delhi Municipal Corporation
To set up at least 15 Maternity & Child Welfare centers.
Up gradation of existing services
Procurement of equipments.
South Delhi Municipal Corporation
To set up at least 15 Maternity & Child Welfare centers .
Up gradation of existing services
Procurement of equipments.
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C.
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•
East Delhi Municipal Corporation
To set up at least 15 Maternity & Child Welfare centers .
Up gradation of existing services
Procurement of equipments.
Total
15000
12th FYP (2012-17)Plan Outlay
NDMC
SDMC
5800
5000
Rs in Lakh
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
1100
400
400
300
EDMC
4200
25.12 Development of Hospital Information System & Computerization of MCD
Hospitals
In order to streamline the functioning and to increase the efficiency of the hospitals, all
records of patients, pharmacy, medical stores and other departments are being
computerized. Funds would be required for the expansion, maintenance, up-gradation,
deployment of manpower etc.
Total
1450
12th FYP (2012-17)Plan Outlay
NDMC
SDMC
550
465
[Rs in Lakh]
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
150
70
50
30
EDMC
435
25.13 Project IPP-VIII
A plan outlay is required, for capital works on account for up-grading and expansion of
existing health institutions.
Total
850
12th FYP (2012-17)Plan Outlay
NDMC
SDMC
300
395
Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
70
20
40
10
EDMC
155
25.14 Augmentation of Power, Water supply & Sewerage Treatment capacity in
MCD Medical Institutions
Rs in Lakh
12th FYP (2012-17)Annual Plan 2012-13 –
Plan Outlay
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
250
125
75
50
50
25
15
10
67
25.15 Indigenous System of Medicine (AYUSH) [Rs.250 Lakh]
Plan Outlay
XII FYP
Annual Plan 2012-13
: Rs.4000.00 Lakh
: Rs.600.00 Lakh
It is proposed to upgrade the services in existing dispensaries and Ayurvedic hospitals
at Ballimaran, Haiderpur and Panchkarma hospitals at Rohini, Rajender Nagar and
Rajouri Garden, Karam pura. And also proposed to operationalise dispensaries at Ayar
Nagar, Deputy Ganj under the Homoeopathy. Opening of Unani Dispansary at Jhilmil
Colony, Lal bagh Azad pur , Okhla PH-1.
To established total four new dispensaries of Unani, Ayurvedic and Homeopathic.
Rs in Lakh
12th FYP (2012-17)Annual Plan 2012-13 Plan Outlay
Approved Outlay
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
Total
NDMC
SDMC
EDMC
(A) Ayurvedic
1890
630
630
630
300
100
100
100
(B)- Homeo
1305
695
255
355
200
120
30
50
В© Unani
805
375
235
195
100
55
25
20
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